The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has dismissed a complaint against Royal London over its decision to turn down a transfer request into a suspected pension liberation scheme.
06 Jul 2015 | 13:18
The Pensions Regulator has built on its past successes despite working in an increasingly challenging environment, Natasha Browne finds
03 Jul 2015 | 15:58
Two major trade unions have denounced Nestle’s plans to close its final salary defined benefit (DB) scheme as a “betrayal” of staff.
06 Jul 2015 | 13:16
Auto-enrolment safeguards will not prevent mis-selling on an industrial scale
Why ditching a poorly performing provider might not be the answer
The industry believes the Chancellor should resist the urge to scrap salary sacrifice, according to Professional Pensions research.
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The financial crisis left the GHG Retirement Plan in real difficulty. However, the scheme is now in a much better funding position thanks to the building of a strong strategic partnership finds Helen Morrissey.
Andrew Waring talks about buy-ins, buyouts, longevity swaps and multi-employer DC arrangements
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