The London Pensions Fund Authority's ("LPFA") assets grew by £196m in the last year, according to its 2013-2014 annual report.
More than a quarter of employees do not know what the changes to workplace pensions mean for them with 56% saying they find the term "auto-enrolment" confusing, a study has found.
The candidate to be the EU's next financial services commissioner has been asked by MEPs to attend a second confirmation hearing, sparking rumours of a potential reshuffle.
RPMI has appointed Karl Sternberg as a non-executive member of the board of its investment arm, Railpen Investments.
A team of employers and trade bodies is developing an actuarial technical apprenticeship standard for the industry.
PwC has enlarged its pensions team with a series of appointments aimed at meeting growing client demand.
The trustees of the Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund (MNOPF) have appointed Rory Murphy as chairman of the board.
Friends Life has appointed an independent governance committee (IGC) to oversee its occupational pension offerings.
Broadstone has sold its wealth management arm in an effort to focus on its corporate benefits business.
The trustees of the £300m Baxi Group Pension Scheme have appointed Hymans Robertson as its scheme actuary and adviser.
BNY Mellon and Redington have teamed up to launch an enhanced asset and liability risk reporting service for pension funds.
The tendency of pension fund managers to "herd like lemmings" is threatening the stability of financial markets, according to the Pensions Institute (PI) at Cass Business School
Investors are adding around 20% to defined benefit (DB) pension liabilities when valuing a company, a study of share prices has revealed.
The Agility Pension Plan has appointed pension consultancy Barnett Waddingham to provide fiduciary monitoring services to the scheme's trustees.
According to a new methodology to model retirement, the IFS believes 92% of couples born in the 1940s have accumulated more wealth than they need to maintain their standards of living in retirement.
Tanjil Rashid looks at whether the pensions minister’s optimism for retirees is justified
The London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) will be financing the redevelopment of London's Pontoon Dock as part of its liability matching strategy.
Standard Life has announced it is closing its defined benefit (DB) scheme to future accrual from April 2016.
MPs have launched an inquiry into the progress of auto-enrolment after the shock changes to the pension system announced in the Budget.
Almost half of Britons below retirement age had no pension savings in the years 2010-2012, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed.
Tanjil Rashid looks at how schemes are preparing for the end of contracting out
The pensions minister has revealed that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) predicts people's pension incomes will in the future be consistent with present earnings.
Most pension schemes say they judge fiduciary providers according to their own investment objectives, rather than an industry benchmark.
Pension fund trustees are increasingly responsible for managing risk, but lack the skills to do, according to research by a pension consultancy.
UK pensions would be better off regulated by a single body in the future, the pensions minister Steve Webb has said.
The government is looking into exit fees levied on people cashing in their defined contribution (DC) pots, but has as yet no plans to intervene, says Steve Webb.
The success of the pot follows member policy will depend on better efficiency and cost control, according to Origo.
The majority of defined contribution (DC) pension schemes will revamp their default strategies within 18 months, according to research.
Demand for Neil Woodford's fund has helped make the UK equity income sector the best-selling category for a second month in a row.
Barnett Waddingham has bought Harsant Services for an undisclosed sum, taking on the administration of five occupational pension schemes.
Phillip Bretnall talks to PP about the bank's Know You programme
Malcolm McLean asks if the latest changes are in step with other reforms
Jonathan Stapleton asks if marketing of pensions freedom is turning into propaganda?
The Pensions Ombudsman has announced delays to its decision on upwards of 84 complaints related to suspected liberation fraud, claiming it is "not yet in a position to publish" conclusions.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has proposed amendments to its FRS102 accounting standard to address fears an overhaul of reporting standards will add millions to corporate liabilities.
Do proposed changes to accounting rules mean Armageddon for UK PLC
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) says its auto-enrolment policy is proving successful, with almost three quarters of the population aware of the flagship programme.
Consumer price inflation tumbled to 1.6% in July 2014, down from 1.9% in June 2014, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals.
Executives at the UK's largest companies are increasingly opting to receive cash payments instead of pensions, research shows.
A new measure of inflation developed by the Office of National Statistics has had its official status downgraded a little over a year after it was first proposed.
International accounting standards for listed companies are riven by faultlines that are damaging for business, according to a group of UK pension schemes and long-term investors.
The aggregate deficit of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) 7800 Index increased in July from £109.0bn to £122.7bn, according to figures released by the lifeboat fund.
Most schemes plan to offer members more help at retirement than is proposed under the government's guidance guarantee, according to research carried out by Mercer.
Proposals to change how companies account for surpluses in their pension schemes could knock £25bn off the balance sheets of Britain's biggest companies, a consultant has claimed.
Working people in the UK who are not saving enough for retirement number 11.9 million, according to research from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).