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Previous Advisory Group

SLOGPAG is an advisory group, it's members representing Scottish Government, Scheme Employers (primarily represented by COSLA) and Local Government Trade Unions. Its key role is to consider and provide advice to the Scottish Government on the operation of the LGPS in Scotland. It will also consider and comment on the impact on the scheme of relevant proposed changes in government policy and practice.

LGPS Joint Governance HoA
The UK Public Service Pensions Act sets out new governance requirements for pension funds across the UK, implementing the recommendations from Lord Hutton. The Heads of Agreement for the new scheme which was agreed in partnership in December 2013 also sets out the process for a wider review of structures which could impact future governance arrangements.

LGPS Pension Board model constitution
Following the establishment of the new Pension Boards, the Model Constitution sets out how the new boards are constituted and their role in the new Governance structure as part of their statutory role to assist the Scheme Manager.
This includes;
• who shall be members of the board
• how often they will meet
• what subjects they will consider
• a procedure for the resolution of disputes, and
• the training requirements for members of the board

SLOGPAG Terms of Reference
This document sets out the formal terms of reference for the Scottish Local Government Pensions Advisory Group as of January 2013.

SLOGPAG Sub-Group Terms of Reference
This document sets out the formal terms of reference for the Scottish Local Government Pensions Advisory Sub-Group.

Heads of Agreement
This document sets out the terms of the agreement reached by the Scottish Local Government Pensions Advisory Group on the content and operation of a new Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) 2015 for Scotland.

Equality Impact Assessment
This Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) has been designed to identify whether, and how, this policy will affect people and to ensure the needs and rights of all individuals affected are considered.

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