The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a discussion paper on how to drive up standards of pensions trusteeship and shape future regulatory policy.
Stephen Lowe looks at the support members are likely to need from schemes to help them navigate the complex retirement income market.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has said there is no legal basis for the Halcrow Pensioners' Association (HPA) to challenge the proposed restructuring of the scheme in the Upper Tribunal.
The Pensions Regulator has called on defined contribution (DC) trustees to improve governance after revealing many small schemes are lagging behind.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Halcrow Pensioners' Association (HPA) are disputing a proposed regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) for the engineering company's defined benefit (DB) scheme.
The scrapping of Project Thor to save British Home Stores cannot be blamed on pension regulation, according to the watchdog's chief executive Lesley Titcomb.
The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) investigations into employers avoiding support for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes have fallen by 65% since 2013, according to figures released today.
A regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) has been granted as part of the Halcrow rescue plan.
Financier Edmund Truell believes he can protect British Steel benefits. Michael Klimes examines the details
Twice as many FTSE 350 companies with defined benefit (DB) schemes are supported by a weak sponsor covenant than in 2006 according to PwC.
The industry has to be more flexible to make defined benefit (DB) schemes more sustainable during this time of economic uncertainty says Ros Altmann.
Mortality studies are increasingly seen as a method for trustees and companies to better understand scheme membership life expectancy. Kristian Brunt-Seymour explores how this can help companies make better financial decisions.
Trustees will soon need to comply with the regulator’s updated DC framework, but drafts of the final code have left them considering the future of their schemes. James Phillips reports
Concerns have been raised about making members more aware of risks to their defined benefit (DB) pensions, for fear of leading to panic and knee-jerk reactions.
Robin Ellison questions whether fines really work.
The triple lock on state pensions most likely to go due to Brexit according to PP research.
British Airways (BA) has failed to meet a deadline for agreeing a way to plug its deficit due to a legal dispute with trustees over pension increases for retirees.
An anti-scam campaign will run for the next four weeks to help improve awareness of fraudsters’ common traits, following concerns they are increasingly targeting pension fund members.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has selected Capita for a further three years to continue the roll-out of automatic enrolment (AE) to small and micro employers.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has given fresh warnings about pension liberation as it takes action to protect members in the London Quantum Retirement Benefit Scheme.
The industry and regulator should act to implement an early warning system for beleaguered DB schemes according to Silverfinch.
Cases such as BHS are making the regulator consider its enforcement tools. Michael Klimes investigates
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.