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Future of DC scheme regulation

Posted in Pensions Board, Scheme Restructuring, Trusteeship

The Pensions Board has published a consultation paper on the future regulation of defined contribution schemes in Ireland.  The paper sets out the Pensions Board’s concerns with the current system.  Those concerns relate, among other things, to the level of scheme costs borne by members, the appropriateness of investment choice, the independence of trustees from… Continue Reading

Pension Simplification

Posted in Pensions Board, Uncategorized

The Pensions Board’s deadline for the submission of responses to its consultation on the simplification of defined contribution pension provision passed at the end of February.  The consultation sought views on a number of different issues. These ranged from the number of different pension vehicles to pension adjustment orders to disclosure requirements. A&L Goodbody have… Continue Reading