The Clara effect - security for members and clarity for sponsors
Focused on securing the full pension promise for every member
Lowering the risk and accelerating the journey to buy-out
Clara-Pensions is the member-first consolidator for defined benefit pension schemes. We are a purpose-built company with a single, clear focus - protecting the interests of and delivering results for our members.
UK companies can now transfer the burden of their pension liabilities to Clara, freeing them to focus on their future growth.
Clara brings defined benefit pension schemes together with robust governance. The effect is clear. Members have more secure pensions and companies have the certainty to focus on growing their business.
Clara-Pensions additional capital raising formally closes
On 15 October 2020, Clara-Pensions, the member-first consolidator for defined benefit pension schemes, announced that Wilton Re Overseas Limited, a member of the Wilton Re Group of companies, would join Sixth Street, the global investment firm, in supporting our further growth and development.
The Pensions Regulator publishes guidance for trustees and employers considering Clara
In June 2020 The Pensions Regulator launched their assessment regime for consolidators like Clara. They've now published what they expect trustees and sponsors to have considered if they think a superfund or consolidator is right for their members. At Clara we've welcomed the new guidance.
Clara-Pensions adds Wilton Re as an additional capital partner
Clara-Pensions, the member-first consolidator for defined benefit pension schemes, today (15 October 2020) announces that Wilton Re Overseas Limited, a member of the Wilton Re Group of companies, will join Sixth Street, the global investment firm, in supporting the further growth and development of Clara-Pensions.
Encouraging consolidation will drive greater security for members and realise investment for the UK
Pension consolidators can deliver a more secure future for defined benefit pension scheme members over the next decade, according to Clara-Pensions. Continuing to regulate these vehicles as pension schemes will enable the UK to deliver safer pensions, rather than a weakened form of insurance.