Latest webinars and videos 2020
Throughout 2020 our team of pension risk transfer experts has participated in a number of webinars and videos, which are available to view on demand.
Keep an eye out for future podcasts, videos and webinars throughout 2020. You can use the links below to access previous recordings
Endgame Perspectives (14 May 2020)
For DB pension schemes approaching their endgame, there are now more options than ever to consider. We teamed up with Professional Pensions to examine how trustees can plan for their endgame, regardless of where they are on their de-risking journey or the size of their scheme. Expert speakers from Legal & General’s award-winning investment management and pension risk transfer businesses will examine the endgame landscape and the options available to schemes, while two independent trustees will offer their reflections from a small and large scheme-perspective to give you a practical outlook on the different considerations that may shape your thinking.
XPS Pensions GroupLegal and General's perspective on the bulk annuity market (29 April 2020)
XPS’ Ash Williams talks to Paige Wilson at Legal and General about the bulk annuity market, how we prioritise transactions and tips for pension scheme trustees
Legal and General's view about alternatives to bulk annuities and buyout (29 April 2019)
XPS’s Ash Williams talks to Beatrice Male at Legal and General about alternatives to bulk annuities and buyouts. Beatrice explains different options such as Insured Self-Sufficiency and Assured Payment Policies.
Opportunities and challenges for pension scheme risk transfer transactions (28 April 2019)
In the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Pretty Sagoo, Head of Pricing and Execution at Legal & General, provides insights on the financial resilience of insurers and the effects on pricing for buy-ins and buyouts.
Risk transfer market innovation (24 March 2020)
Stephan Erasmus at Legal & General discusses our first ever Assured Payment Policy (APP) deal with the AIB Group UK Pension Scheme at the end of 2019, as part of a broader £1.1bn transaction to target full buy-in. An APP effectively creates a bridge to buy-in and is applicable to a wide range of scheme sizes.