The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is calling on public service schemes to check information about their pension board is published to avoid failing their governance duties.
Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) have joined forces to better understand what value for money means for scheme members.
The Pensions Administration Standards Organisation (PASA) has announced a month-long campaign calling on the industry to raise administration standards.
Technology firm Origo has confirmed it will facilitate transfers from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) schemes via its Options transfer service.
The pensions dashboard has long been discussed as something with the ability to finally engage people with their pension savings.
A pension dashboard prototype will be launched by March 2017. Jonathan Stapleton and Helen Morrissey find out what the project is all about.
Margaret Snowdon has been appointed by HM Treasury to join the steering group for the pensions dashboard prototype project.
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The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) will assess the Workplace Pensions Trailblazer Apprenticeship.
The government has announced a pensions dashboard will be launched by March next year. But, as Jonathan Stapleton says, the prototype version will have significant limitations and will need to overcome a range of hurdles.
Savers lack confidence about financial decisions and think there are too many choices for accessing savings in retirement, a survey has found.
A pension dashboard prototype will be launched by 11 providers next spring, the Treasury has said.
A tender has been opened to find passive fund managers for the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) at affordable levels.
Lothian Pension Fund and Allen & Overy have joined the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA), taking its member representation to 11 million.
Pension providers are not doing enough to help people find lost or dormant pensions, according to PensionsLink.
Royal London has posted a significant increase in new business thanks to employers switching their auto-enrolment (AE) schemes from other providers.
DWP’s consultation on capping exit charges in occupational schemes has closed. Despite agreement on removing barriers to the freedoms, Michael Klimes finds there will be major administration hurdles.
Xerox has promoted Vishal Makkar to head of retirement in the UK and principal, and Wes Jones to principal.
The Pensions Trust has launched an online service which allows members to ask their trustees questions, in a bid to improve member engagement.
Bob Scott shares his tips with the incoming under-secretary of state for work and pensions to help them become an instant success.
The telephone is the least popular way to communicate with a prospective client, according to PP research.
Trustees feel overloaded and need better support to make more timely decisions, research from Aon Hewitt has revealed.
A Lloyds Bank union is taking legal action to close the pay gap between men and women who took out guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs).
The government should not impose a blanket ban on members transferring their defined benefit (DB) funds, according to an overwhelming 90% of Pensions Buzz respondents.