Two Excellent Guides for Charities in LGPS Launched this Week

by David Davison   •  
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We are delighted at Spence to be able to support a further two publications launched over the last week.
  • The 4th Edition of Charity Finance Group (‘CFG’) “Navigating the Charity Pensions Maze” was published in London on Thursday 23rd March. Spence were pleased to sponsor this invaluable publication and our Director and Head of our Charities Practice, David Davison, provided technical input on the Guide content. The Guide contains an excellent section on “Navigating the Local Government Scheme” compiled by leading legal firm Charles Russell Speechlys. This covers the benefits and risks of membership and provides a list of helpful questions charities should be asking about their participation. The CFG accompanying blog can be found here.
  • Leading representative body the Pension & Long Term Savings Association (‘PLSA’), formerly the NAPF, have launched the third of their guides covering Best Practice for Employers in LGPS with David Davison again providing technical input on the content. This was launched on the 28th March and a link to the launch information can be found here.
We believe these documents, and those published previously, will provide an excellent resource for charity trustees and senior personnel to assist them in dealing with the issues associated with LGPS membership.

Further reading

Your Quarterly Pensions Update Q3 2020

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by Andrew Kerrin   •  

‘Superfunds’ – The Pensions Regulator’s guidance for trustees

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by Alan Collins   •  

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