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PENSION LAWYERS ASSOCIATION SURPLUS APPORTIONMENT. MIKE CODRON CHIEF ACTUARY FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD AUGUST 2006. HISTORY. ► 7 December 2001 Act came into being ► June 2003 Regulations Issued ► June 2004 PF Circulars Issued ► 7 December 2004 Last SAD

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PENSION LAWYERS ASSOCIATION

SURPLUS APPORTIONMENT

MIKE CODRON

CHIEF ACTUARY

FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD

AUGUST 2006

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HISTORY

►7 December 2001 Act came into being

►June 2003 Regulations Issued

►June 2004 PF Circulars Issued

►7 December 2004 Last SAD

►7 June 2006 Last SAS submission date

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INTERACTION WITH INDUSTRY

►March/April 2005 Met with largest administrators and corresponded with balance

►September/October 2005 Repeat

►2 November 2005 In frustration issued a PF circular

►May 2006 Final Road-show

►July 2006 New letters

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2 NOVEMBER 2005 - CIRCULAR

► Valuations to be received by 31 March 2006 or else a fine R50 per day

► SAS also to be received by 31 March 2006 or else the trustees to set up a Tribunal

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MAY 2006 ROADSHOW

► Met with about 30 Administrators

► Phoned the Rest

► Advised all that there would be fines for the late submission of Actuarial Valuations as from 1 May 2006 backdated to 1 April 2006

► SAS to be submitted over staggered dates up to 31 December 2006

► Will not accept 2007 unless a major issue such as litigation

► Other cases e.g. terminated prior to 7 December 2001 but not deregistered to be dealt with in a separate project.

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JULY 2006 LETTERS

► Requested funds to submit revised dates for the following cases:

● Primarily 31 December 2006

● 2007

● No Dates

► If not received backdated to 1 April 2006

► Reminded those who had not replied to look at paragraph 6 of the Financial Institutions (Protection of Funds) Act No. 28 of 2001. Point is are they fit and proper to be licensed to be Retirement Fund Administrators

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STATISTICS

STAND ALONE FUNDS

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STATISTICS

UMBRELLA FUNDS

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WHAT ARE THE ISSUES

► Apathy

► Trustees having no idea of their responsibilities

► Trustees not wanting to accept the rights of former members

► Arrogance

► Greed

► Hiding surplus

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EXAMPLE

Number of Members 344

Weighted Average Age 47,2 years

Average Salary R52 645

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WHAT THIS MEANS

Average no deaths per annum 2

Amount R200 000

Average no disabilities per annum 1

Amount R150 000

Reserve as per PF 117 ±R600 000

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RISK RESERVE

R7,1 million

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OTHER EXAMPLES

► Excessive Solvency Reserves – in one case 51%

► Excessive costs of exercise – one party was assuming 50% of members and former members will complain

► Hiding employer misuses

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OTHER EXAMPLES

CONTINUED

► High risk reserve because of some highly paid executives

► Post SAD events

► Refusing to add fund return to employer misuses

► Refusing to add fund return from SAD to date of payment to former members

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15F

EMPLOYER SURPLUS RESERVES

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TRIBUNALS

To date:

► Tribunals 8

► Appeal Board 1

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OTHER COMMENTS

► Deregistered Funds

► Frivolous complaints

► Lack of Communication – especially Nil Schemes

► The Actuarial valuation is part of the SAS

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CONCLUSION

► We will name and shame where necessary

► The Trustees are responsible for the SAS

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THANK YOU

QUESTIONS ?

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