The government must find other ways to work out how to set the state pension age (SPA), says Adrian Boulding.
Over half of DB members that spoke to IFA transferred out last year, finds Willis Towers Watson research
A study has found 55% of defined benefit (DB) members who spoke to a financial adviser chose to transfer out to access the pension flexibilities in 2016-17, compared to just 36% the previous year.
The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) has introduced a new framework to measure investment performance and costs, and has awarded mandates to seven providers.
Robert Thomas has been hired as a client director to work in the trustee director team by Law Debenture as the firm continues to expand.
Savers do not understand pensions tax relief as 90% fail to put any of their bonus into a company scheme, according to research commissioned by Aviva.
This week we want to know if Michael Johnson's idea for auto-drawdown at age 55 and auto-annuitisation at age 80 could reduce financial risk to savers.
Conditional and common data scores will have to be included in scheme returns from next year. Michael Klimes looks at what trustees need to do and if TPR's requirement goes far enough
A successful hack of the pensions dashboard would be a scandal "beyond anything to date", according to the Pensions Management Institute's (PMI) Tim Middleton.
Industry is worried the chancellor's back-down on NICs for self-employed increases chances of tax relief overhaul.
Richard Wiscombe has been appointed as a trustee support manager by Capital Cranfield as it continues to see demand for its services.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is consulting on changing its definition of professional trustees and is also reviewing its penalty policies for breach of duties.
The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has appointed Leanne Clements as campaign manager of its Red Line Voting initiative.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will inform the industry this summer about what sort of data should be included in scheme returns from next year.
The level of benefits British Home Stores (BHS) workers will receive from Sir Philip Green has been questioned by MP Frank Field.
Brexit is unlikely to water down tougher European Union (EU) data standard requirements for UK trustees, according to a legal expert.
Now Pensions has appointed Redington to provide independent investment consultancy services, replacing KPMG after a full tender process.
The DWP's GMP equalisation methodology is an improvement but questions remain about far it should be applied. Michael Klimes investigates this dilemma
Technological disruption will only benefit savers when financial institutions realise they must serve the needs of customers, according to London Business School's David Pitt-Watson.
The Northern Ireland Local Government Officers' Superannuation Committee (NILGOSC) is building consensus on what the landmark Brewster judgement means for the awarding of death benefits to unmarried couples.
The government should re-consider its decision to allow newly-created companies the right to defer enrolling new members of staff by up to three months, says Adrian Boulding.
The combined deficit of defined benefit (DB) schemes increased by £45.5bn over February to £242bn according to the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) latest update.
Designing good DC default funds for members can be a difficult and daunting task for trustees. Michael Klimes explores how they can do it
Research suggests trustees have a good understanding of basic charges but are less certain on other costs. Michael Klimes looks at the findings
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has said it "strongly encourages" providers to apply for the master trust assurance framework in the run-up to the introduction of its authorisation powers.