The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is pursuing a £382,136 claim against a man after he bought Carrington Wire from the Russian steel company Severstal for £1.
28 May 2015 | 18:01
A High Court ruling protecting the pension of a man who went into bankruptcy will be challenged in the Court of Appeal next January.
28 May 2015 | 12:53
The industry should be ready for another pensions act in 2016 which will clarify European regulations for UK schemes, says Dalriada Trustees director Adrian Kennett.
28 May 2015 | 13:18
Former shadow pensions minister Nigel Waterson has some words of advice
Most schemes are letting members take pots as cash but remain reluctant to offer other freedoms
Most of the industry believes The Pensions Regulator (TPR) should focus on improving member outcomes rather than minimising the risk of detriment, according to research from PP.
Case studies and backgrounds
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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