Modelling confirms collective schemes work better for members
Consultations should not be just for show
There are plenty of alternatives to just closing schemes
A think tank looks to Australia and the USA for clues about how flexible retirement could pan out in the UK. Rebecca Shahoud reports.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb believes the money put into Pension wise would have been better spent giving retirees vouchers for financial advice.
A legacy committee to deal with historic issues is being created by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) as part of a shake-up of the group’s internal structure.
Professional Pensions sister title, Workplace Savings and Benefits, is holding its inaugural Question Time event on 11 November – with panelists including former pensions minister Steve Webb.
A ministerial statement issued last week put key policies such as pot follows member and collective defined contribution on hold. Helen Morrissey gauges the response.
The industry must become more realistic about how little people are contributing to their pensions and encourage everyone to save more says Morten Nilsson.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will take responsibility for Pension wise within the financial year, the work and pensions select committee has been told.
Michael Klimes examines whether attempts to grease the wheels of pension transfers will succeed
Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) has appointed John Burke to the recently created role of head of institutional.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb has joined Royal London as director of policy and external communications.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb is on the verge of joining Royal London, a company which last year criticised his charge cap policy as “headline-grabbing”, according to reports.
Scrapping salary sacrifice, rumoured to be part of the 8 July Budget, would do more harm than good but is likely to be high up on the Chancellor's agenda, providers have said.
Potential changes to pensions tax relief could lead the industry “into a very dark place” according to former pensions minister Steve Webb.
Steve Webb sets out the big challenges facing his successor
The biggest stories on PP this week involved a threat to salary sacrifice from the Chancellor, pension scam firms in court and retirement savings hitting a record high. Here’s what you might have missed.
Pot follows member (PFM) will do little to engage people with their pensions according to Hargreaves Lansdown head of pensions research Tom McPhail.
Salary sacrifice may have become a target for government cuts. Jonathan Stapleton explains why.
The creation of a second-hand annuity market is guaranteed to happen, according to former pensions minister Steve Webb, who suggested the Treasury has already ‘banked’ the cash it expects to receive from the policy.
Natasha Browne takes a look at some of the proposals for a successful secondary annuity market as the consultation closes
The biggest stories on PP this week involved the former pensions minister Steve Webb warning the Conservative government may target salary sacrifice in its emergency Budget and the NAPF appointing its first woman chairperson. Here are the top five.
Keeping bosses enrolled in the same pension scheme as all other employees could boost engagement in saving, according to former pensions minister Steve Webb.