2nd June 2017

Outsmarting the identity fraudsters

Identity fraud is a serious business with over 15 million victims a year and financial losses totalling upwards of $50 billion. For years fraudsters have been upping their game and are now catching out even the savviest of businesses.

29th May 2017

Three (months) is the magic number

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has, again, confirmed that claims by workers for the unlawful deduction of wages for non-payment or underpayment of holiday pay must be brought within three months of the last in a “series of deductions”, with “series” undefined.

28th May 2017

Is it time for a data spring clean?

From next year, DB and DC schemes will need to report their record-keeping scores to the Pensions Regulator (TPR) via the scheme return. TPR will use these scores to target schemes that are failing in their duties, so it’s now more important than ever for schemes to get their house in order.

27th May 2017

The irreplaceable RPI rules again

Since the Government published their Green Paper seeking thoughts on whether trustees should be able to change indexation from RPI to CPI, the outcome of a case involving Thales’ scheme has shown that RPI is still widely considered as an appropriate index.