The deputy pensions ombudsman (DPO) has thrown out a complaint against Thames Water alleging it unfairly reduced an ex-employee's pension.
Employers can take comfort
An EU referendum would have serious implications for UK schemes
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is pursuing a £382,136 claim against a man after he bought Carrington Wire from the Russian steel company Severstal for £1.
A High Court ruling protecting the pension of a man who went into bankruptcy will be challenged in the Court of Appeal next January.
The administration of pension schemes is set to become more complicated under new rules on shared parental leave, which came into effect last month.
The High Court has dismissed an appeal brought against the BBC after it limited the amount of pensionable pay on salary increases to 1% per year in a bid to plugs its scheme deficit.
A trustee has been fined £250 for failing to respond to requests for a pension transfer submitted by a fellow trustee of a plumber's benefit plan known as the TPR Executive Pension Scheme.
A pension saver who transferred combined pots of £100,708 into a suspicious scheme has been unsuccessful in unlocking his funds.
Trustees need to pressure their consultants into exploring the rewards of sustainable investing, experts say
The High Court has ruled that a top up pension scheme set up for four ex-directors of the Granada Group did not require shareholder approval to be considered viable.
Two-thirds of defined contribution (DC) pension schemes are offering members the chance to access the freedom and choice reforms launched last month, according to research.
Most schemes are letting members take pots as cash but remain reluctant to offer other freedoms
Natasha Browne asks whether consultants hold too much sway over trustees’ decisions on pension fund investing
Expectations that low oil prices could trigger a period of deflation have been met after the consumer prices index (CPI) weakened to -0.1% for the year to April 2015.
More ex-spouses may seek financial orders to go after their former partner's pension as a result of the freedom and choice reforms introduced in April.
Only 1% of people have chosen to cash in their pensions completely since the freedom and choice reforms took effect last month, according to the country's biggest retirement adviser.
The Nortel case has big repercussions for pensions in international insolvencies
David James and Dan Naylor are set to be promoted to pensions partner at law firm Travers Smith from 1 July.
PP examines Ros Altmann's appointment
Ros Altmann is set to become a Tory peer after the government confirmed its intention to make the new pensions minister a baroness.
Irwin Mitchell has added a fifth lawyer from DWF to its expanding pensions team since December, with Andrew Ashley Taylor coming on board as partner.
The High Court has ruled the legal team representing scheme members in the IBM battle will take control of their arguments as the case drags on to the Court of Appeal.
Judges in the US and Canada have ruled Nortel's assets of $7bn (£4.5bn) should be equally distributed among its creditors, in what lawyers say is a victory for UK pensioners.
The appointment of Ros Altmann as pensions minister has been welcomed by the industry
Former director general of over-50s specialist Saga Group Ros Altmann has succeeded Steve Webb as the next pensions minister.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith has been re-appointed after the Conservatives formed a majority government in the wake of the general election.
Almost a fifth of defined contribution (DC) pension schemes will offer flexible drawdown as a result of the freedom and choice reforms, according to research.
Natasha Browne looks at how UK schemes could be affected by a Greek departure from the European Union
FTSE 100 companies reduced contributions to plug deficits in defined benefit (DB) pension schemes by 23% in the last accounting year, according to research.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has issued four escalating penalty notices carrying a daily fine of between £50 and £10,000 against businesses that have failed to comply with their auto-enrolment (AE) obligations.
Professional Pensions takes a look at what will feature in the next government’s pensions policy
Two trustees have been ordered to pay £193,000 into the Pilkington Tiles Pension Scheme after they moved surplus funds from the trustee bank account to the sponsoring employer.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Olympic Airlines did not have an establishment in the UK when its pension scheme trustees began insolvency proceedings to enable it for entry into the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
Advisers are warning the message on pension reforms has been misunderstood after experiencing a surge in interest from people looking to cash in their annuities.
Natasha Browne examines the latest decisions on pension transfer requests
Ros Altmann has pledged to force pension providers to publish the cost of charges in "pounds and pence" to improve transparency for consumers.
Scottish pensioners spend more time in retirement than their English or Welsh counterparts, according to research.
The UK pensions industry will evolve to "nudge" people towards the most appropriate retirement income stream for their needs, according to a report.
Natasha Browne asks whether trustees should communicate non-mandatory information to members
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) Tony King has ordered Prudential to provide a transfer request to a member wishing to move his funds into a newly-created pension scheme.
Chancellor George Osborne's 2014 Budget announcement that people could cash in their defined contribution (DC) pots has boosted the popularity of the Conservative party, according to research.
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has dismissed complaints against Legal and General (L&G) and Scottish Widows after they granted transfer requests worth over £50,000 to a suspicious pension scheme.
Trustees have been warned of the complexity surrounding additional information disclosure regulations drawn up for the freedom and choice reforms.
Pension schemes have been urged to examine their structure to ensure they do not fall under regulations which would require them to appoint a majority of non-affiliated trustees.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has warned actuaries of the challenge of meeting demand for defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) transfers.
The insurance industry was bombarded by almost 230,000 calls from consumers in the days after the ‘freedom and choice' reforms took effect, the latest figures show.
PP talks to the departing Pensions Ombudsman