PP research finds disagreement on whether transfers to SSASs are the problem and should be barred.
Aon Hewitt, Mercer and Willis Towers Watson have joined forces in calling for measures to tackle transparency and competition issues raised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
This week's top stories included coverage of the DWP's much-anticipated green paper on defined benefit (DB) regulation, and ARC Pensions Law's plans to open a Leeds office.
The aggregate deficit of British Airways' (BA) pension schemes has climbed 94% since the end of June, despite one scheme increasing its surplus.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has partnered with UBS to reduce its default fund's exposure to climate change risk, while attempting to influence corporate change.
Western governments will never stop interfering in pensions due to affordability challenges arising from ageing populations, the former Australian pensions minister has warned.
Wealth manager Rathbone Brothers will close its defined benefit (DB) scheme to future accrual and axe the final salary link after its deficit ballooned following the EU referendum.
Despite earning above the £10,000 trigger, around 106,000 people with more than one job are excluded from auto-enrolment (AE), according to Citizens Advice.
Pension schemes who wish to enter the Pension Scheme of the Year Awards must register by tomorrow.
Richard Harrington has said the government has not made up its mind on indexation after it was criticised for trying to raid pensions in its green paper.
The Aon Minet Pension Scheme has successfully completed a bulk enhanced transfer value (ETV) exercise in the latest stage of its de-risking strategy.
This week we want to know if The Pensions Regulator's call to ban pension transfers to small self-administered schemes (SSASs) is a good idea.
ARC Pensions Law will nearly double its team later this year when it opens a Leeds office, and takes on a team from DLA Piper.
High-net worth savers will increasingly seek advice on transferring their defined benefit (DB) pots over the next 12 months, according to UBS.
Mark McNulty has left State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) to join JLT Employee Benefits as head of investment solutions.
The Royal County of Berkshire Pension Fund is set to take a 20% shareholding worth £8.2m in Gresham House alongside plans to invest in the asset manager's new alternative investment fund.
The greatest environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk in a typical defined contribution (DC) default fund is the way businesses are run, a report has found.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is proposing a new levy rule for schemes that cease to have a substantive sponsor following a restructuring in order to protect other levy payers.
The government's admission there is a case to suspend indexation for certain underfunded defined benefit (DB) schemes has been welcomed by some while others warn it would open the floodgates.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has proposed ways to improve the defined benefit (DB) system in its long-awaited consultation paper.
There could be a case to suspend indexation for schemes which are underfunded and where sponsors are in stress, the government has said.
Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has launched a global marketplace in a bid to make the investment management industry more efficient and substantially cut scheme costs.
Tony Pugh has been appointed head of defined contribution (DC) for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Aon Hewitt, ending his 28-year stint at Mercer.
The top stories were Aon Hewitt withdrawing its standalone pension administration service and Xafinity eyeing up acquisitions as it revealed plans to float on the LSE.