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|Public Sector Pensions||Human Resources||Public Sector Injury Benefit Scheme 2014|
The Public Sector Pensions Authority is consulting on a proposal to make the Public Sector Injury Benefit Scheme 2014.
Following the implementation of the Unified Scheme (GUS), which sought to harmonise pension benefits across the majority of the Isle of Man Public Service, the Council of Ministers determined that a review should be carried out into Injury Benefits, with a view to putting in place new arrangements that will deliver an equity of treatment across the majority of the public service whilst maintaining a good level of benefits.
It is proposed that the Public Sector Injury Benefit Scheme 2014 will replace the Interim Injury Benefit Scheme 2012 and will provide injury benefits to those employees who are eligible to be members of the Unified Scheme.
A copy of the draft Scheme and further information can be found by using the hyperlink above and viewing the full consultation and its relevant link to the Unified Scheme website.
|13 October 2014 - 16 January 2015|
|New Drivers Consultation||Infrastructure||New Driver Proposals|
This consultation exercise is looking to invite feedback on various proposals regarding new drivers in order to improve their safety. Investigations by the Department have shown the problems experienced by new drivers on the Island are replicated all over the world and various solutions have been introduced to overcome the issues. The paper details some of the solutions that have been introduced and includes several proposals to start the discussion of this sensitive issue. We want to encourage respondents to provide their thoughts and any other ideas we could investigate to safeguard new drivers.
|8 October 2014 - 30 November 2014|
|Draft Central Douglas Masterplan||Cabinet Office||Draft Central Douglas Masterplan|
Feedback is invited on the Draft Central Douglas Masterplan, which aims to encourage investment in the town and support Government’s national priority of growing the economy.
|3 October 2014 - 14 November 2014|
|Feedback on CP14-04 and TS14-04||I.P.A||Feedback on CP14-04 and TS14-04|
This paper provides the IPA’s responses to feedback received as a result of the consultation on valuation and capital adequacy for life insurance business and technical specification.
|30 September 2014 - 30 October 2014|
|CP14-06 Launch of QIS1||I.P.A||CP14-06 Launch of QIS1|
This paper provides details of the first quantitative impact study for life insurance business (“QIS1”) and outlines the amendments to the technical specification following the consultation on valuation and capital adequacy for life insurance business.
The updated technical specification following the consultation on valuation and capital adequacy for life insurance business is also attached, together with a set of risk free curves for the currencies set out in the technical specification.
A set of 6 results templates are provided for population by life insurers with the results of their QIS1 calculations.
Finally, a questionnaire is included which insurers are requested to complete and return together with their results. The questionnaire seeks to obtain feedback from insurers on the various aspects of QIS1 and to understand any particular difficulties experienced by respondents.
|30 September 2014 - 30 March 2015|