In this blog, Jonathan Griffith sets out the latest position on possible changes to IFRIC14 accounting rules as companies head into the busy year end.
I am a Partner at LCP and a qualified actuary, spending the majority of my time helping trustees and pension scheme sponsors manage and reduce their everyday pension costs and risks. I am actively involved in funding valuations, benefit changes, and wider pensions projects.
I am also a member of our specialist group providing companies with advice and guidance on all pensions aspects of corporate reporting.
I have a background in Chemical Engineering (holding a doctorate from Cambridge University) and therefore believe that all advice should be practical with clear actions and results.
LCP are a professional organisation, which understands the clients' needs and demonstrates the depth and creativity of its experience in the solutions it provides.
Jonathan Griffith discusses how improving your pensions reporting can bring real benefits to your business.
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