News & Updates

Proposed acquisition of Amlin plc by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company Limited – Trustee’s initial response

15 September 2015

Use the link below to view a PDF of the Trustee's initial response to the proposed acquisition of Amlin plc by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company Limited.

The Trustee's initial response letter

04/01/2017
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15/09/2015
The Trustee have made an initial response to the proposed acquisition of Amlin plc by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company Limited, which you can view here.
29/05/2015
There has been a software issue that has affected May’s pension payments which we are resolving with our software provider with the help of BACS and NatWest.
14/04/2014
The Chancellor of the Exchequer made a number of announcements in his budget speech on 19 March 2014 relating to pensions.
19/11/2013
If you’re planning to visit us, please note that we have moved offices, although our postal address remains the same.
29/01/2013
In a widely anticipated move, the Chancellor announced shortly before Christmas that the Annual Allowance will drop to £40,000 from 2014/2015.
29/01/2013
Shortly after the latest Pension Briefing went to print, the Government published further details of its proposals to introduce a flat-rate State pension.
24/01/2013
The latest issue of PensionBriefing has been sent to members and is now also available online in the Pension Library.
08/12/2011
The latest issue of PensionBriefing will soon be dropping through your letterboxes.
08/12/2011
The Pensions Bill 2010/11 received Royal Assent on 3 November 2011, to become the Pensions Act 2011.
24/03/2011
In his 22 March budget, the chancellor George Osborne made several announcements that will affect pensions.
21/03/2011
news - moved
Remember that the Pensions Administration team has moved, and that post sent to our former address (40 Lime Street) is no longer being forwarded to us.
21/03/2011
Retire early
If so, please remember that from 6 April 2010 the earliest you can retire is age 55 (previously age 50).