Former tax boss Andrew Meeson took the stand at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday to deny allegations he played a leading role in a £5m pensions tax relief fraud.
Meeson, 52, the former president of the Association of Taxation Technicians, is accused, along with Peter Spencer Bradley, 45, Alison Jayne Bradley, 48, and Steven Price, 48, of conspiracy to cheat HM...
Defined benefit (DB) scheme liabilities are likely to rise after 10-year gilt yields fell below 1% today for the first time ever following last week’s Brexit vote.
As the country comes to terms with last week’s shocking Brexit vote, pension schemes face uncertain times ahead for their investments. They should respond cautiously and avoid kneejerk reactions, finds Stephanie Baxter
The Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to the mortality projections used by pension schemes.
Anna Copestake and Kevin LeGrand have been hired by Arc Pensions Law as the firm reaches its first anniversary.