The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has shut down a group of five pension liberation schemes that had taken more than £134m from over 1,400 people.
21 Nov 2014 | 13:47
Research carried out by PP has found that defined contribution (DC) trustees think communicating the Budget flexibilities to members is their biggest challenge next year.
21 Nov 2014 | 14:08
The biggest stories on PP this week involved controversy over the LGPS, an overhaul at Santander's scheme, a new chief exec at TPR, and a PPF sell off. Here are the top five.
21 Nov 2014 | 07:52
PP looks at the potential of online profiling tools to help make retirement decisions
PP speaks to director of pensions Antony Barker about the £8bn fund
Defined benefit trustees believe managing investment risk will present them with the biggest challenge next year, according to PP research.
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David Adkins talks about the fund that won the DB Innovation prize at the Pension Scheme of the Year awards
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