The next government cannot afford to wait until 2017 to review minimum auto-enrolment contributions, according to pensions minister Steve Webb.
03 Mar 2015 | 13:13
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has agreed to sell its stake in Harworth Estates, the property group split off from UK Coal, in a deal worth £150m.
03 Mar 2015 | 08:19
British Polythene Industries (BPI) has agreed with the trustees of its defined benefit (DB) scheme to switch its pension payments to the Consumer Prices Index (CPI).
03 Mar 2015 | 11:14
PP looks at the impact of record-breaking share values on scheme funding
The verdict will complicate the application of the members’ best interest principle
The pension freedoms are about to kick in and we ask if pensions are now finished in this week’s survey.
Case studies and backgrounds
PP speaks to L&G's Rob Durbin about how the firm communicated AE to members
Wolseley UK's Neil McCawley speaks to Michael Klimes about its award-winning DC and auto-enrolment strategies.
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