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  • DC Quarterly Round-up - May 2024 - Episode 111

    8 MAG 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... Kirsty Moffat, Senior DC Investment Consultant, presents our latest DC quarterly round-up. In this instalment, Kirsty discusses: - The Spring Budget and the main takeaways - The Retirement Living Standards (or the RLS) - Abolition of the lifetime allowance - The General Code of Practice This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as at the date of issue. It is designed to be a general summary of topical matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    8 min. 1 sec.
  • Investment - Putting the G in ESG, the importance of workplace culture final - Episode 110

    26 APR 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Ben Farmer, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Simon Jones, Head of Responsible Investment at Hymans, and Annabel Gillard, International Advisory Council Member from the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE).  During the episode, we look at putting the 'G' in 'ESG' (Environmental, Social and Governance), workplace culture and what Trustees can do to capture culture in their decision making. Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 15 April 2024. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson. The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.  Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    30 min. 7 sec.
  • Investment - Key themes for private markets in 2024 - Episode 109

    2 APR 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Ben Fox, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Penny Cochrane and Linda McAleer, both Senior Investment Research Consultants at Hymans Robertson.During the episode, our experts discuss the key trends for private markets in 2024, looking at: - Challenges facing UK property markets - Debt vs equity - Natural capital Hymans Robertson Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 02 April 2024. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson.The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    28 min. 3 sec.
  • Understanding Longevity - Fireside chat on the CMI model - Episode 108

    21 MAR 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... Understanding Longevity, Hande Love is joined by Nick Chadwick from Club Vita for a firesdie chat on the CMI model. They discuss various elements of the model including the latest data and a number of the parameters.
    34 min. 23 sec.
  • Investment - Responsible Investment in 2024: Focusing on what matters - Episode 107

    28 FEB 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Amy Sutherland, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Simon Jones, Head of Responsible Investment and Mhairi Gooch, Senior Responsible Investment Consultant at Hymans Robertson.During the episode, our experts discuss: - Responsible investment (RI) in 2024 - What's next for RI, including COP 28 - Stewardship and the stewardship code If you have any questions on anything discussed in this podcast, please mailto:marketing@hymans.co.uk. Hymans Robertson Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 28 February 2024. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson.The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    36 min. 30 sec.
  • Inflation in Health Insurance - Episode 106

    7 FEB 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... Natanya Taylor and Dharshini Navaratnam discuss the impact of high inflation on health insurers and how organisations can manage or mitiagate inflationary impacts.
    16 min. 18 sec.
  • DC Quarterly Round-Up - February 2024 - Episode 105

    6 FEB 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... Kirsty Moffat, Senior DC Investment Consultant, presents our latest DC quarterly round-up. In this instalment, Kirsty discusses implications for pension schemes following the Autumn Statement, pensions dashboard programme, abolition of the lifetime allowance and the latest news from the pensions provider market. Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as at the date of issue. It is designed to be a general summary of topical matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    8 min. 34 sec.
  • Investment - Key investment themes for 2024 - Episode 104

    22 GEN 2024 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Ben Fox, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Elaine Torry, Co-Head of Investment Trustee DB and Chris Arcari, Head of Capital Markets.During the episode, we discuss key market events from 2023, what this might mean for 2024 and the key themes that should be on trustees’ radar for 2024 as a result. Hymans Robertson Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 28 November 2023. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson. The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    33 min. 22 sec.
  • Investment - CDI: The basics and beyond - Episode 103

    15 DIC 2023 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Penny Cochrane, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Sam Hampton, Senior Investment Consultant, and Anne-Marie Morris, Head of Defined Benefits Solutions Strategy at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM). Listen to our podcast, as our experts discuss: - - What we mean when we say CDI - Exploring CDI for your strategy, and what you need to look at - CDI lanscape today Hymans Robertson Disclaimer This podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 28 November 2023. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson.The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    30 min. 20 sec.
  • Investment - Biodiversity and natural capital - Episode 102

    8 DIC 2023 · In this episode of Hymans Robertson On... our host, Amy Sutherland, presents the latest episode in our investment series, and is joined by Andre Ranchin, Investment Consultant at Hymans Robertson and Ann Meoni, Senior Sustainability Analyst at Abrdn.In the advent of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), you may have heard of the upcoming Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD). Whilst there’s some expectation that investors may start disclosing in line with TNFD in the future, the time for action is now. During this episode, we discuss biodiversity and natural capital, and identify some of the steps asset owners may wish to take to integrate nature and biodiversity considerations into investment strategy and journey plans. Hymans Robertson DisclaimerThis podcast has been prepared by Hymans Robertson LLP, and is based upon our understanding of events as of 28 November 2023. It is designed to be a general summary of topical investment matters and is not specific to the circumstances of any particular employer or pension scheme. The information contained in this podcast should not be construed as advice and not be considered as a substitute for specific advice as the information is generic in nature. Where a podcast refers to legal matters please note that Hymans Robertson is not qualified to provide legal opinion and therefore you may wish to obtain independent legal advice to consider any relevant law and/or regulation. Hymans Robertson LLP accepts no liability for errors or omissions. Your Hymans Robertson LLP consultant will be pleased to discuss matters raised in this podcast in greater detail. Guest's views are separate to that of Hymans Robertson.The information provided in this broadcast is not financial advice. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Please note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Hymans Robertson LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities.
    34 min. 2 sec.

Welcome to Hymans Robertson On. In this podcast we’ll be covering a broad range of topics from pensions, savings, technology, insurance, responsible investment, financial education and much more. Founded in...

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Welcome to Hymans Robertson On. In this podcast we’ll be covering a broad range of topics from pensions, savings, technology, insurance, responsible investment, financial education and much more. Founded in 1921, Hymans Robertson is one of the longest established independent actuarial firms in the UK. We deliver a full range of services including actuarial, insurance consulting, enterprise risk management, investment consulting, third-party pensions administration and communications consulting. Our client base includes FTSE 100, FTSE 250, privately owned firms and financial institutions. We’re also recognised leaders in the field of public sector pensions.
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