Yesterday’s ruling that two schemes sponsored by Arcadia can switch to consumer prices index (CPI) linking will make it harder for other trustees to resist such a change, warns a lawyer.
01 Aug 2014 | 14:30
The Pensions Regulator used its formal powers to ensure employers comply with their automatic enrolment duties on 23 separate occasions up to the end of June this year.
01 Aug 2014 | 13:27
Trustee boards are devoting insufficient time to administration issues despite identifying maladministration as the biggest risk they faced, according to research from Baker Tilly.
01 Aug 2014 | 13:33
Asset managers pile into retirement income space
The industry wants Steve Webb to keep hold of the pensions brief after the general election, according to a poll conducted by PP.
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