PASA’s GMP Equalisation week took place each morning during week commencing 27th September 2021. The series of webinars focused on different elements of your GMP Equalisation journey.
Hear from our experts as we cover:
Monday 27th September
TPR and launch of new Communications Guidance
Hear from the Pensions Regulator and join us for the launch of the brand new GMP Equalisation Communications Guidance. The panel which includes Lucy Stone (TPR) and Lou Harris (Willis Towers Watson and Communications subgroup Chair), will be happy to take your questions.
Tuesday 28th September
GMP Equalisation and Transfer Payments
Join our panel as they discuss the recent Transfer Payments Guidance, share their experiences and answer your questions. The panel includes Duncan Buchanan (Hogan Lovells and Methodology subgroup Chair) and Geraldine Brassett (Capita and Chair of the GMPE Working Group).
Wednesday 29th September
GMP Equalisation and Administration. Launch of anti-franking Guidance.
The recently established GMPE Administration subgroup discuss ‘life after GMPE’, and take your questions and suggestions for future areas of focus. Also, join us for the first look at new Guidance from the Anti-Franking subgroup, which launches today. The panel includes Stephen Blakesley (Mercer and Administration member), Felicity Boyce (Aon and Anti-Franking subgroup Chair) and Claire van Rees (Anti-franking subgroup member and Sackers).
Thursday 30th September
Implementation Experiences – GMP Equalisation can be as easy as B, C, D.
Join Akash Rooprai (ITS and Chair of the Data subgroup) and Thomas Yorath (Aon) as they discuss schemes which have commenced implementation of GMP Equalisation and answer your questions.
Friday 1st October
GMP Conversion and what it means for you
Four members of the GMP conversion guidance committee discuss the thinking behind the Conversion Guidance, share their experience and answer your questions. The panel includes Alasdair Mayes (Lane Clark & Peacock LLP and Conversion subgroup chair), Anna Rogers (Arc Pensions Law), Lynda Whitney (Aon) and Simon Pariser (Willis Towers Watson).
Each session is expected to last around 60 minutes and there will be an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session following the presentation.
If you would like to attend, please register for the webinar you are interested in by using the buttons following each description above.