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Victoria is a correspondent for Professional Pensions where she reports on issues affecting the industry.
She joined the team in January 2018, after completing her Master's in Journalism and Communications from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Victoria also holds a Bachelor's in International Relations and Affairs, gained in 2014.
She has a particular interest in digital innovation, investigative journalism, and media ethics.
The trustees of the Kodak Pension Plan No.2 (KPP2) have said it will likely enter the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) in "due course" after reviewing the scheme's investment in Kodak Alaris.
A US company has completed a £285m pensioner bulk annuity for around 1,100 of UK members with Legal & General (L&G).
Pub retailer and brewer Greene King has signed a £50m bulk annuity contract with Scottish Widows for the Spirit Pension Scheme.
XPS Pensions Group saw over 20% of its shareholders revolt when voting on its remuneration report at its annual general meeting (AGM) this week.
NEST has appointed its chief financial officer (CFO) Richard Lockwood as a member of its reshaped trustee board which unites executives and non-executives.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has said he would be happy to hear about reforming the retail prices index (RPI) as long as the Office of National Statistics (ONS) initiates discussions.
The WPC's cost and transparency inquiry reveals it is impossible to know exactly how much consumers and trustees are paying in charges. Victoria Ticha takes a closer look
Sales in Pension Insurance Corporation's (PIC) bulk annuity business rose by 73% compared to the same period last year, its half-year results have revealed.
FTSE 350 companies are failing to disclose to stakeholders a range of important data about their defined benefit (DB) obligations, a Lincoln Pensions study finds.