PP research finds disagreement on whether transfers to SSASs are the problem and should be barred.
Aon Hewitt, Mercer and Willis Towers Watson have joined forces in calling for measures to tackle transparency and competition issues raised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Western governments will never stop interfering in pensions due to affordability challenges arising from ageing populations, the former Australian pensions minister has warned.
Richard Harrington has said the government has not made up its mind on indexation after it was criticised for trying to raid pensions in its green paper.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is proposing a new levy rule for schemes that cease to have a substantive sponsor following a restructuring in order to protect other levy payers.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has proposed ways to improve the defined benefit (DB) system in its long-awaited consultation paper.
There could be a case to suspend indexation for schemes which are underfunded and where sponsors are in stress, the government has said.
It is a daunting task to look over the sheer volume of pensions regulation from the past two decades. Michael Klimes analyses the key developments
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has given Coats Group written assurances that action over two of its defined benefit (DB) schemes will be dropped once settlement is complete.
Pension schemes have been forced to rethink and reshape by the courts over the last 20 years. James Phillips looks back at the most impactful cases
The government did not discriminate against younger workers when it introduced transitional arrangements to the Firefighters Pension Scheme, an employment tribunal has ruled.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced it will review the Corporate Governance Code, days after MPs called for reforms to protect pension fund members after the BHS collapse.
Professor David Blake gives his view on how the pensions system can be improved.
The decision to merge the three guidance bodies into one is unnecessary and could even reduce the quality of services, the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has warned.
The regulator's call to ban transfers to small self-administered schemes (SSASs) to help crack down on scams has received little support from the industry.
Anne-Marie Winton looks at the changing nature of pension fraud and what can be done about it.
Malcolm McLean looks back on a time of great change in the pensions market and says it shows no sign of stopping any time soon.
Pension professionals have reacted with outrage to Treasury plans to cut the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 from April.
'Government campaigns can work'
A government proposal to limit the right to transfer to protect members from scams 'lacks ambition' and needs a much tougher approach, says the industry.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has urged the government to introduce new extra duties on big private companies and directors to prevent another BHS failure.
Staff in the 'gig economy' have received a new boost in their case for workers' rights, including pensions, following a landmark ruling against Pimlico Plumbers.
Janice Turner looks at a recent Parliamentary debate on the role of member nominated trustees in master trusts.
The Pension Schemes Bill should provide for a shortened authorisation process for schemes which have achieved the Master Trust Assurance Framework (MAF), Smart Pension has said.