Trustees running schemes in England and Scotland no longer need to be concerned about EU cross-border requirements after the results of yesterday’s referendum.
19 Sep 2014 | 12:53
Creating a centralised database of member information will help the industry deliver effective guidance to pensioners according to B&CE chief executive Patrick Heath-Lay.
19 Sep 2014 | 13:02
The Budget pension freedoms are a tax collection measure set to drive short-term spending with long-term consequences, Punter Southall has warned.
18 Sep 2014 | 12:59
The Scottish referendum will have major consequences for schemes regardless of the outcome says Helen Morrissey
Malcolm Paul says difficult questions will remain, whichever way Scotland votes
Professional Pensions readers are not expecting a ‘Yes’ vote, but warn that it would cause a major headache for schemes and leave Scottish pensioners worse off
The transfer of more powers from Westminster to Holyrood would cause a divergence in pension regulation across the UK, the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has warned.
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