When you look at Quarriers’ annual review, you get an idea of the scale of the work we do. Last year, we spent more than £40million providing essential support for children, young people and families, adults with a disability and people affected by epilepsy.
Admin and running costs are kept to a minimum. Nine out of ten staff deliver frontline social care services, with the rest performing support roles. When you support Quarriers, you are supporting a team dedicated to helping others.
Statements of Investment Principles and Implementation
Statement of Investment Principles (‘the SIP’) is required under Section 35 of the Pensions Act 1995 for the Quarriers Pension Scheme (‘the Scheme’). It describes the investment policy being pursued by the Trustees of the Scheme and is in accordance with the Government’s voluntary code of conduct for Institutional Investment in the UK (“the Myners Principles”). This SIP also reflects the requirements of Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations 2005.
This Implementation Statement provides information on how, and the extent to which, the Trustees of the Quarriers Pension Scheme (“the Scheme”) have followed their policy in relation to the exercising of rights (including voting rights) attached to the Scheme’s investments, and engagement activities during the year ended 31st October 2020 (“the reporting year”). In addition, the statement provides a summary of the voting behaviour and most significant votes cast during the reporting year.