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Lincoln Pensions rebrands as Cardano Advisory

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    Press release

    Lincoln Pensions rebrands as Cardano Advisory

    Lincoln Pensions, the leading specialist pensions covenant and related services advisory firm, has rebranded as Cardano Advisory.

     

    Lincoln Pensions joined the Cardano Group in October 2016 and since then has worked collaboratively and jointly on many initiatives and this move is to reflect that collaborative and shared approach to integrated pensions risk management, formalising this for the future.

     

    The services it offers now span six practice areas from covenant risk transfer for well-funded schemes to restructuring and special situations expertise for challenged schemes and their sponsors.

     

    Cardano Advisory now provides expert advice to more than 350 clients with scheme assets exceeding £300 billion.

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    Our services

    We provide a range of services to trustees, sponsors (including their investors) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR). Services include: covenant review and monitoring, insurance counterparty risk assessments, PPF guarantee certifications, advice around corporate events and restructuring, expert witness advice, and holistic integrated risk management (IRM).

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    PSA2021: What should trustees be doing with their covenant?

    Much has already been said about what the new PSA 2021 will mean for The Pensions Regulator’s ability to use its moral hazard powers. However, to date, there has been limited coverage of what the new tests mean for trustees when monitoring employer covenant. But, in the meantime, what should trustees and sponsors be thinking about now to protect themselves and their members?

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    PSA2021: Corporate events and practical actions for trustees

    Much has already been made of the possible implications of the new Pension Schemes Act 2021 (“Act”) following its long-awaited royal assent. Initial attention has rightly centred around The Pension Regulator (TPR) and its new powers, with focus on the introduction of new criminal offences and the risk of prison sentences or significant fines for individuals, and how both corporates and trustees should be reacting to these.

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    The Pensions Regulator publishes its Settlement Policy

    On 25 March 2021, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) published its policy setting out the approach it takes when negotiating and concluding settlements for regulatory or civil enforcement action (“Settlement Policy”). Alice Wilmot, Director at Lincoln Pensions, and previous secondee to TPR’s Enforcement team, shares her thoughts.