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8 December 2023 — News story
GAD supported Ofgem through a reasonableness review of pension scheme costs of the gas and electricity network operators’ defined benefit pension schemes.
8 December 2023 — Blog post
Inflation has been falling but it remains above the Bank of England’s target. We consider the drivers behind inflation and why they may lead to volatility, and the risk posed by deflation.
27 November 2023 — Blog post
When it comes to pension schemes, how do we achieve operational sustainability and solve the administration dilemma. We reflect on the steps schemes can take to increase automation levels and provide more engaging digital offerings.
24 November 2023 — News story
GAD analyses announcements in the Autumn Statement, as they relate to areas where we specialise. We look at pension reform proposals, and other measures.
16 November 2023 — News story
GAD has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the 2022 to 2023 financial year. The report sets out the main projects and successes of the year.
10 November 2023 — News story
The Personal Injury Discount Rate in the Isle of Man has been updated, using advice provided by GAD. It relates to sums awarded to seriously injured claimants.
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