The Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) decision to appoint an administrator for British Home Stores (BHS) independent of Sir Philip Green has been "vindicated" says Frank Field.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has appealed to pension funds to tackle high executive pay in FTSE 350 companies.
Administration costs for British Home Stores (BHS) are £1.3m higher than estimates given last June according to documents published by the Work and Pension Committee (WPC).
The government has missed out by failing to amend "draconian" section 75 debt regulations and tax relief for lower paid earners, Baroness Ros Altmann has said.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) discriminated against younger judges by forcing them to leave their final salary scheme while protecting older judges, an employment tribunal has ruled.
Trustees need more support if pension fraud is to be dealt with effectively says Helen Morrissey.
Nearly one in three pension schemes has been affected by fraud, with victims experiencing a threefold rise in scams in the last 12 months alone, latest RSM research reveals.
EU rules downgrading local authority funds to retail investors is throwing up complications for pooling and infrastructure investment. The FCA must ensure pools are part of the solution, writes Stephanie Baxter
Members of the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) have been urged to set up a broad inquiry into hidden costs and charges faced by pension schemes.
Geraldine Brassett asks whether we are seeing Groundhog Day or déjà vu with GMP reconciliations.
The Administrative Court has struck down a challenge to an ongoing anti-avoidance case from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) over the Silentnight pension scheme.
Claire Southern thinks we need a new way of addressing defined benefit deficits
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been urged to consider a broader section of pension costs than simply transaction costs.
Pensions minister Richard Harrington has said the government will work with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to improve transparency of pension costs.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has reaffirmed its determination to ensure trustees demonstrate good governance by fining four master trust schemes for not completing a chair's statement.
Helen Morrissey hopes to see a speedy resolution to issues within the industry-wide plumbing scheme.
An Irish High Court case could put pressure on UK schemes that transfer data to the US to beef up measures they use to protect members' data. Michael Klimes finds out why.
Pension funds have been given extra time to prepare for potentially onerous rules requiring their over-the-counter (OTC) derivative transactions to be centrally cleared.
Section 75 debt regulation is inadvertently causing huge financial distress for employers in the industry-wide plumbers' scheme. After years of inaction the government must urgently find a solution, writes Stephanie Baxter
Plans to reform pensions across the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) to bring them in line with public sector changes are being opposed by trade unions.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has incurred almost £1.4m of external expenses investigating British Home Stores (BHS) and Sir Philip Green since the investigation started in March 2015.
Following its response to the 21st Century trusteeship and governance discussion paper, chairman Mark Boyle underlines TPR's determination to drive up standards.
The House of Lords has amended the upcoming Pension Schemes Bill to introduce a lifeboat fund for failing master trusts. James Phillips asks if this is a good idea
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a consultation calling for views on changing rules on bulk defined contribution (DC) transfers without member consent.