It was not legally risky for the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) trustees to unilaterally amend the trust deed to give themselves a discretionary increase power, ex-adviser Anthony Arter has said.
Giving evidence at a landmark High Court trial on 16 November, former Eversheds head of pensions and APS legal adviser Arter - now the pensions ombudsman - said he suggested the amendment as an alternative...
Clyde & Co has appointed Terry Saeedi and Matthew Ambler to its pensions team as partner and senior associate.
The government must find other ways to work out how to set the state pension age (SPA), says Adrian Boulding.
AA has launched a consultation with its final salary scheme members to revalue benefits in a career average section.
Over half of DB members that spoke to IFA transferred out last year, finds Willis Towers Watson research
A study has found 55% of defined benefit (DB) members who spoke to a financial adviser chose to transfer out to access the pension flexibilities in 2016-17, compared to just 36% the previous year.