Pension Scheme definition

Pension Scheme means any scheme or other arrangement which:
Pension Scheme means a contract, an agreement, a trust deed or rules stipulating which retirement benefits are granted and under which conditions;
Pension Scheme means a pension scheme as defined in Article 6(2) of Directive (EU) 2016/2341;

Examples of Pension Scheme in a sentence

  • The present value of the Local Government Pension Scheme defined benefit liability depends on a number of factors that are determined on an actuarial basis using a variety of assumptions.

  • Any liabilities estimated to arise as a result of an award to any member of staff are accrued in the year of the decision to make the award and accounted for using the same policies as are applied to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

  • Retirement benefits to employees of the academy are provided by the Teachers' Pension Scheme ("TPS") and the Local Government Pension Scheme ("LGPS").

  • It is designed to collect specific annual cost allowances for the part-funding of the deficit in the National Grid UK Pension Scheme.

  • This is the Statement of Investment Principles prepared by the Trustees of the Phoenix Medical Supplies Pension Scheme (the Scheme).

More Definitions of Pension Scheme

Pension Scheme means the superannuation scheme continued by section 29(c) of the Act;
Pension Scheme means an occupational pension scheme or a personal pension scheme,
Pension Scheme means the Employees’ Pension Scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 6A;]
Pension Scheme means the group personal pension scheme of the [Company] operated by [ ];] [Note: include if relevant]
Pension Scheme means a scheme approved under section 155 of the Income Tax (Guernsey) Law, 1975;
Pension Scheme means a scheme for the provision of benefits consisting of or including relevant benefits for or in respect of employees or former employees;
Pension Scheme means an occupational pension scheme (within the meaning of the Pension Schemes Act 1993 (c. 48)) established under a trust and subject to the law of Scotland.”