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Work and Pensions Committee examines Defined Benefit pension schemes with Liability Driven Investment (LDIs)

21 November 2022

The Work and Pensions Committee holds the first oral evidence session of its inquiry into the regulation and governance of Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes with liability driven investments (LDIs).

The session will examine the impact on DB schemes of the rise in gilt yields in late September and early October and whether the Pensions Regulator has taken the right approach to regulating the use of LDIs. It will also explore with the witnesses whether DB schemes have had adequate governance arrangements in place and whether changes are needed for the future.

Witnesses

At 09.15am

  • John Ralfe, John Ralfe Consulting 
  • Con Keating
  • Professor Iain Clacher, Leeds University Business School 
  • Henry Tapper, Age Wage 

At 10.15am

  • Leah Evans, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
  • Steven Taylor, Association of Consulting Actuaries
  • Joe Dabrowski, Pension and Lifetime Savings Association
  • Jonathan Camfield, LCP

Further information

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