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E-Update 23 July 2018

23/07/2018 Posted by IAPF | Comments(0)

Pensions Reform Consultation

The IDPRTG (Interdepartmental Pensions Reform and Taxation Group) Pensions Reform Consultation Paper has been published (see here). While you may want to make your own submission, we are currently drafting our response. What would you like us to say on your behalf? All opinions are welcome as they will help us respond on your behalf by the deadline of 19 October. The paper covers the reduction of pension savings vehicles, harmonisation of rules, tax incentives and reliefs and Approved Retirement Funds. Please email us with your views and comments on: info@iapf.ie

 

EIOPA – Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group R

The Board of Supervisors of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has appointed new members to the Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group (OPSG). IAPF CEO, Jerry Moriarty, has been appointed and the new members will take up their appointment on 4 September 2018 and will serve a 2-and-a-half year term. More information is in EIOPA’s press release. The new composition of the Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group, effective 4 September 2018, can be found here.

 

Guidance Paper

Since our last eUpdate, the IAPF has published a guidance paper on “Conflicts of Interest on Trustee Boards”. This valuable resource for Trustees helps to shape good governance in your scheme. It can be downloaded, along with other Trustee Support documents here.

 

Minister Regina Doherty

Members of the IAPF Council met with the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty, on your behalf earlier in July. We enjoyed an engaging session that covered Auto-Enrolment, Defined Benefit Schemes and IORP II. 

 

 

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