This week's top stories include a Treasury letter confirming no changes to pensions tax relief in the near future, and Frank Field questioning the level of benefits promised to BHS members.
John Dickson has been appointed senior partner at Hymans Robertson.
A successful hack of the pensions dashboard would be a scandal "beyond anything to date", according to the Pensions Management Institute's (PMI) Tim Middleton.
Kier Group cut the aggregate deficit of its defined benefit (DB) schemes by £43m over 2016, according to its latest annual results.
Industry is worried the chancellor's back-down on NICs for self-employed increases chances of tax relief overhaul.
The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) has called for savers to be "automatically protected" in retirement by phasing them between drawdown and annuitisation.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is proposing changes to its levy rules for the next triennium from 2018/19 to develop a more accurate assessment of insolvency risk.
Richard Wiscombe has been appointed as a trustee support manager by Capital Cranfield as it continues to see demand for its services.
Smith & Williamson has appointed Goddard Perry to provide actuarial and third-party administration services to its two defined benefit (DB) schemes.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is consulting on changing its definition of professional trustees and is also reviewing its penalty policies for breach of duties.
The government should scrap the state pension 'triple lock' and replace it with an earnings link, according to John Cridland's long-anticipated review.
Local government pension funds have increased allocation to alternative assets and bonds over the past three years while equities have fallen.
There are just two weeks left to enter this year's Pension Scheme of the Year Awards.
The quality of trustees must improve so they can better govern and challenge their advisers, according to a panel of MPs and experts, including the shadow pensions minister.
Centrica's defined benefit (DB) pension deficit soared by 855% in 2016, its latest annual accounts have revealed.
BESTrustees has named Catherine Redmond as a trustee executive on its client-facing team.
The government has confirmed that "now is not the right time" to undertake significant reform of pensions tax policy, such as moving to a flat rate of tax relief.
This week, we want to know whether the Communication Workers Union's plan for a risk-sharing scheme at Royal Mail signals it is time to revisit defined ambition.
Joins regulator's board
The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has appointed Leanne Clements as campaign manager of its Red Line Voting initiative.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will inform the industry this summer about what sort of data should be included in scheme returns from next year.
The level of benefits British Home Stores (BHS) workers will receive from Sir Philip Green has been questioned by MP Frank Field.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes should provide more comprehensive information when calculating cash equivalent transfer values (CETVs) to reduce delays, according to Rathmore Financial and Royal London.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes increased their surplus over February when using realistic investment return assumptions, according to First Actuarial.