The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued its first fine over a scheme failing to prepare an annual governance statement signed by the chair of trustees.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and the Association of Professional Pension Trustees (APPT) have launched a consultation on introducing a Diploma in Pension Trusteeship.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) does not recognise success by how often it uses its anti-avoidance powers, says Lesley Titcomb.
Lesley Titcomb has suggested a number of measures which could enable The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to better help struggling defined benefit (DB) schemes to manage risks.
The government’s consultation on a plan to reduce members’ benefits in the British Steel Pension Scheme has closed. Michael Klimes looks at the industry’s responses
Majority of respondents believe trustees can perform fiduciary duties despite murky information on investment fees.
Some of the government’s proposals to change benefits at the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) involve “significant risks for relatively limited gains” according to the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF).
Dominic Chappell’s claim the British Home Stores (BHS) trustees supported a proposal to restructure pensions before he bought the retailer is “incorrect and untrue” according to new evidence.
Young workers’ pension funds are being sacrificed so private companies can afford to pay “over-generous” pensions for older members, according to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF).
Aviva Company Pension is the first group personal pension (GPP) which has been put on The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) list open to any employers.
This week we want to know if the industry takes the security the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) provide to pensioners for granted.
Sir Philip Green’s appearance in front of the Work and Pensions Select Committee raised interesting questions around sponsor responsibilities to scheme members says Helen Morrissey
Smaller companies need to emulate the success of their larger competitors in encouraging employees to stay in workplace pensions, say experts.
The most popular stories included coverage of the ongoing inquiry into the collapse of British Home Stores, and mounting concerns over the Treasury’s takeover of pension policy.
The majority of respondents in this week's PP survey believe it would be inappropriate for pensions ministers to side-step the regulator to rescue a crisis-hit scheme.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has hit back at claims made by Sir Philip Green that there has been a lack of engagement over plans to deal with the British Home Stores (BHS) Pension Scheme deficit.
Sir Philip Green has apologised for the problems experienced by British Home Stores (BHS) but said he was not responsible for the growing pension scheme deficit.
More than two thirds of pension professionals have said the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and the Pensions Regulator (TPR) should be combined, according to a survey.
Some providers have met the Master trust Assurance Framework criteria but have not been included on TPR's official list. Helen Morrissey asks what this means for trustees.
The lifetime ISA (LISA) could severely damage the long-growth of savers’ retirement pots, according to a report by the Pensions Policy Institute.
This week we want to know if TPR is being unfairly criticised during the BHS hearings and what aspect has the most influence on issues faced by DB schemes.
Many master trusts say they have achieved the Master Trust Assurance Framework accreditation yet very few appear on the regulator’s official list. Helen Morrissey asks why this is happening
The Pensions Regulator chief executive has been recalled to provide further evidence to the parliamentary inquiry into British Home Stores.
The top stories this week were the Pension Scheme of the Year Award shortlist, the potential effects of the British Steel inflation rule change and BHS.