International investors are buying record amounts of UK government bonds as the Bank of England’s £75bn QE programme spurs demand, with the yield on the 10-year gilt hitting a new record low.
However, a leading economist said this does not mean the UK is necessarily a safe haven from the eurozone crisis. The government’s long-term benchmark borrowing costs have fallen to lows last seen...
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) is launching a probe into the long term viability of the UK’s 6,000 defined benefit (DB) schemes.
The government has published proposals to keep the British Steel Pension Scheme out of the PPF while reducing its liabilities to make Tata Steel UK more attractive to buyers. Stephanie Baxter explores the options.
More than a quarter of savers (28%) have never reviewed their retirement savings, according to figures from Aviva.
Eversheds has been appointed to provide legal advice to the trustee of the P&O Pension Scheme, with effect from May 2016.