Two trustee firms connected with suspected pension liberation schemes have been wound up by the High Court following a probe conducted by the Insolvency Service.
24 Jul 2015 | 11:48
Top stories this week included TPR getting tough on master trusts, a £1.6bn de-risking deal, and fiendishly complicated plans to simplify the state pension. Here's what you might have missed.
24 Jul 2015 | 08:00
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) issued 424 fixed penalty notices and five escalating fines against employers for auto-enrolment failures in the year to March.
23 Jul 2015 | 13:48
Concerns remain over the viability of smaller providers
Flipping tax relief would undermine the pension system, not reinforce it
The industry believes putting members on the boards of all schemes would improve governance, but says they must be given enough time off and qualifications should be mandatory.
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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.
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