• 26 July 2017

    Pension risk and the synergies between Lincoln Pensions and Cardano discussed in Corporate Adviser

    An article written by John Greenwood, on pension risk and the synergies between Lincoln Pensions and Cardano, appeared in Corporate Adviser. In the article, Darren Redmayne, Lincoln Pensions CEO, and Kerrin Rosenberg, Cardano UK CEO, shared their thoughts on pensions. They talk about: Integrated Risk Management, DC pensions, economic scenarios plus touching on other topics. Read […] More

  • 11 July 2017

    Darren Redmayne comments in the FT and FT Adviser on scheme transfers into PPF

    Darren Redmayne, CEO of Lincoln Pensions, commented in the Financial Times and the FT Adviser, following the release of  the Pension Protection Fund’s (PPF) annual report and accounts for 2016 to 2017. The accounts showed that slightly more DB pension schemes transferred into the Pension Protection Fund (PPF), than in the previous year. Darren made this comment following the release “The […] More

  • 7 July 2017

    Rethinking DB Pensions conference

    We are delighted to be involved in the Rethinking DB Pensions conference on Wednesday 12 July, 2017. Darren Redmayne, CEO, Lincoln Pensions and Stefan Lundbergh, Director, Cardano Insights, will be presenting ‘Identifying Solutions for Stressed Schemes’. There is an impressive list of guest speakers at the conference including: Sir Steve Webb, Director of Policy, Royal London; […] More

  • 22 June 2017

    Greatest Good 2 paper launched

    We co-sponsored Greatest Good 2, a new research paper by the Pensions Institute which was launched 21 June 2017. The Greatest Good 2 paper is also the Pension Institute’s response to the Department for Work and Pensions Green Paper on the ‘Security and sustainability in DB pension schemes’. It follows on from the Greatest Good for the […] More

  • 31 May 2017

    Richard Farr comments on BT’s pension scheme in Investment & Pensions Europe

    Richard Farr comments on the options for BT’s pension scheme £7.6bn deficit. The scheme is preparing for its next triennial actuarial valuation and ahead of that it’s considering alternative options to address the shortfall. Managing Director, Richard Farr commented: “The UK network is BT’s biggest asset, but why would the trustees want security over that if that’s what […] More

  • 24 May 2017

    The pensions triple lock debate heats up ahead of the election campaign

    The pensions triple lock is increasingly becoming a major point of debate in the election campaign. Darren Redmayne, CEO, commented for BBC News online, on the brave decision to water down the policy along with the changes to social care contributions and winter fuel payment cuts. Darren said “these reforms will all have significant impacts on middle-class pensioners that are traditional […] More

  • 24 April 2017

    Tata Steel offers £520m to British Steel Pension Scheme

    Tata Steel offers £520m to the British Steel Pension Scheme. Richard Farr, Managing Director, comments on the news and explains how the scheme deficit will have increased since May last year, when the scheme’s section 179 deficit stood at £1.5bn. Richard estimates that the market roll forward to January 2017 would equate to over £2bn. Therefore, further funding may be […] More

  • 3 April 2017

    Thoughts shared on the DB Green Paper and DB crisis in Pensions World

    Francis Fernandes, Senior Advisor at Lincoln Pensions and other experts in the industry, shared their thoughts on the DB Green Paper and the DB crisis. The experts discussed the paper and the issues facing DB schemes at a round table discussion covering topics such as: the level of distressed schemes; the role of the government / […] More

  • 6 March 2017

    Insight from Alex Hutton-Mills shared in Pensions Insight’s podcast: From stressed to distressed

    Alex Hutton-Mills shared insight with Jack Jones from Pensions Insight following the Government’s green paper on the future of DB, launched in early March. The discussion includes affordability, TPRs powers and trustee’s challenges. Listen to the podcast. More

  • 2 March 2017

    Darren Redmayne comments on Sir Philip Green’s BHS pension scheme payment

    Darren Redmayne comments on the news that Sir Philip Green has agreed to contribute £363m in cash into the BHS pension scheme. This resolution comes after many months of negotiations and will give employees, both past and present, some certainty for retirement. Read the full articles around this story in Actuarial Post, Portfolio Institutional, Financial Adviser and Professional Pensions. More