You can obtain actuarial reports from BDM through Wikivorce. You can either order in your own name, or you can ask your solicitor or financial advisor to make the instruction
|Use the EPV when offsetting in amicable or collaborative proceedings, or to see how much a CETV undervalues the appropriate value of a spouse’s Final Salary Pension. |
The EPV is a signed actuarial report. It differs from a full actuarial report in that it relies upon the data you provide, and it makes some simplification of the scheme benefits. It is not suitable for a Defined Contribution (money purchase) pension , SSAS, State Second Pension, “average” salary pension or when the pension holder is in ill-health.
|Full actuarial reports can be used in court and meet all Court Expert Witness standards. |
Our quotation request process helps you specify what you want the report to do as simply as possible. Please read our guide to pensions in divorce for further help in determine what you want to achieve, or consult a solicitor or financial advisor.