The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) is launching a probe into the long term viability of the UK’s 6,000 defined benefit (DB) schemes.
More than a quarter of savers (28%) have never reviewed their retirement savings, according to figures from Aviva.
Eversheds has been appointed to provide legal advice to the trustee of the P&O Pension Scheme, with effect from May 2016.
The top stories this week were a decision from the Ombudsman, trustees at BHS and M&S announcing proposals to close its DB scheme to future accrual
British pensioners will be worse off if the country votes to leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June the Treasury warns.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has received 475 complaints relating to freedom and choice since last April as it reports an increase in total pension complaints.
Latest research from Schroders finds investment diversification among FTSE defined contribution plan default funds is at a three-year high. Jonathan Stapleton looks at the findings
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The government has launched a consultation on ways to reduce the British Steel Pension Scheme’s (BSPS) liabilities to find a buyer for Tata Steel UK, which could require controversial legislation.
Majority of respondents urge against introducing mandatory time limit on recovery plans according to PP research.
Will ban fees on new contracts
Dashboard will be implemented by 2019
Scottish Widows has secured its second bulk annuity deal with a £54m buy-in for Barloworld UK Pension Scheme after the insurer entered the market last year.
Marks and Spencer (M&S) has announced proposals to close its UK defined benefit (DB) scheme to future accrual as it sets out a turnaround plan for the business.
The withdrawal of Project Thor to rescue British Home Stores (BHS) raised concerns about the level of support for both schemes, MPs have been told.
Nearly 60% of advisers believe a digital dashboard will help people engage in retirement planning.
Everyone should be offered the option to draw their state pension earlier than the default age at reduced cost, according to Aegon.
The trustees and advisers for the British Home Stores (BHS) schemes were “independent” and “professional” according to former trustee chairwoman Margaret Downes.
Schemes with heavy allocation to UK equities that have high EU exposure could see major changes to their risk profiles following a Brexit, according to research.
Small employers which stage over the next 18 months could fail to sign declaration of compliance forms and be fined £400 according to Alan Smith.
The British Home Stores (BHS) trustees did everything possible to make the buyer and seller understand the scale of the deficit at the time of the sale, MPs heard yesterday.
Matthew Fletcher has been made a senior consultant in Aon Hewitt’s risk settlement group.
In this week’s Pensions Buzz we want to know if there should be a mandatory limit on recovery plans for DB schemes and how long for.
There are more than 100 varieties of charges incurred in pension scheme investment according to research from the Transparency Task Force (TTF).