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Professional Pensions presents the Trustee Senate 2019, after two successful years at The Dorchester weve decided to make this exclusive event a two day residential at Hanbury Manor Hotel & Spa.

Professional Pensions shall be asking whats next for the Fiduciary Management industry at our Fiduciary Management Focus on the 9 October.

On the back of high profile business failures, the government and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are making the biggest changes to pension scheme funding since 2005 when TPR was formed.

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So far, DC plans have largely been focused on the onset of auto-enrolment and changes to the regulatory framework – be it the charge cap, pension freedoms or consultations around value for money, says Annabel Tonry, Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM).

In 2015 George Osborne, then the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, decided that those age over 55 could take much more of their pension in cash. This has since opened up a range of possibilities for DC scheme members in the world of pensions.

Welcome to Professional Pensionss Spotlight section, where we focus in on particularly important themes and topics for the pensions market.

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AUSTRALIA – Future Fund has posted a return of 12.4% for the financial year ending 30 June, with the funds assets under management totalling A$75.15bn(US$77.8bn).

For the three years ending 30 June, the return was 6% pa, while since the first contribution to the Future Fund, in May 2006, the fund has generated a return of 5.2% pa. The return for the last quarter…

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AUSTRALIA – The wheels were finally set in motion to raise the contribution limit in Australia to 12% from 9% with the introduction of a new bill today.

AUSTRALIA – The A$73.2bn ($78.2bn) Future Fund lost 2.9% in the third quarter, though moves to decrease equity exposures helped stave off more drastic losses.

AUSTRALIA – The median balanced superannuation fund has fallen for the fifth consecutive month returning -1.8%, -4.9% for the September quarter and -3.8% for the past year, SuperRatings finds.

AUSTRALIA – The merger between the A$2.4bn (US$2.5bn) StatewideSuper and the A$1.7bn Local Super will move to the next stage, beginning the due diligence process following approval in principle from the funds major shareholders.

Jeremy Cooper, author of Australias Cooper review on superannuation, talks about his vision behind a lower-cost, more efficient pension system. He talks about the failure of traditional drivers of competition to lower prices in the financial services…

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