Scheme Advisory Board for England and Wales - Welcome
|17th August 2016||Election to fill practitioner seat on the LGP Scheme Advisory Board.
Board Practitioner Representative
The Local Government Pension Scheme Advisory Board agreed, at its meeting in August 2016, to proceed with the selection process to fill the vacant non-voting member seat which has been allocated to practitioners.
As seven (7) nominations were received by the closing date for nominations there will now be an election to complete the process. Each LGPS administering authority with an open fund is being invited to cast one vote for their preferred candidate. Each authority should use their discretion with regard to the process used to select their preferred candidate but should ensure it is open and transparent.
The candidate with the most number of votes will be appointed. If more than one vote is received from an administering authority, then all votes from that authority shall be null and void.
The nominations (listed alphabetically by surname) are:
Practitioner Advisor Supporting Statements from each candidate are provided here.
(1) detailing the name of the fund you are voting on behalf of;
(2) detailing the name of your preferred candidate, and
(3) stating, in your response, that: “this vote has been agreed through a transparent process and I am duly authorised to submit the vote cast”.
The closing date and time for the submission of votes is noon on Friday 16th September 2016.
Neither the individual fund votes nor the total votes cast for each candidate will be made public.
|10th August 2016||The Chair, on behalf of the Board, wrote to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government regarding LGPS investment in infrastructure LGPS investment in infrastructure, and the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Department for Communities and Local Government regarding Investment Reform Criteria and Guidance. The outcome of any discussions will be reported to the next Board meeting.|
|3rd August 2016||GAD Section 13 dry run report
The Government Actuary's Department (GAD) have completed a “dry run” section 13 analysis based on the 2013 local valuations. This analysis assesses whether the four main aims; compliance, consistency, solvency and long term cost effectiveness; have been achieved:
GAD Section 13 dry run report pdf 51 pages 1.22MB
GAD Section 13 dry run report Appendices pdf 43 pages 687kb
|29th July 2016||New section on the Boards' Code of Transparency for investment fees|
|25th July 2016||Sub Committee update - Update on sub-committees and list of representatives|
|17th June 2016||Invitation to Bid - Implications of and options for the LGPS on further academisation|
|17 May 2016||Scheme Annual Report 2015 published|
|8th April 2016||Message from Cllr Roger Phillips, Chairman of LGPS Advisory Board, for Chairs of Pension Committees|