Tag Archives: Michael Bromwich

USS and Future Service; – Michael Bromwich

Michael Bromwich has published on this blog before and I’m proud to publish his latest note on the University Superannuation Scheme. This is a long and technical blog which is very topical. Yesterday we heard more news of breakdowns in … Continue reading

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“Assumptions are dangerous” – Bromwich on USS

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS): A consultation for the 2020 Valuation[1] Some General Views Michael Bromwich [a] Assumptions are dangerous things to make, and like all dangerous things to make, bombs, for instance, or strawberry shortcake, if you make even the … Continue reading

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The Killing of Open Schemes – Michael Bromwich

  Michael Bromwich has been the CIMA Professor of Financial Accounting  at the  LSE since October 1985  . He is the co-author of “Management accounting in a digital and global economy” and one of Britain’s authorities on the subject. His … Continue reading

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The USS needs a 2021 Valuation- Michael Bromwich

In finalising the 2018 valuation the USS committed to a further out of cycle valuation as at the 31 st March 2020. This allows consideration of the recommendations of second report of the Joint Expert Panel (JEP) and the incorporation … Continue reading

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