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...
Club Vita has joined forces with Legal & General (L&G) to make longevity insurance solutions more accessible for smaller defined benefit (DB) pension schemes.
Ascot Lloyd Pension Trust has submitted its application for the Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) Master Trust Assurance Framework (MAF) accreditation.
The delay in finalising major changes to the local government pension scheme’s investment regulations is already causing problems for pooling, funds have warned.
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