The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published a guide for public service pension schemes on issuing annual benefit statements.
Aon Hewitt has been reappointed as actuarial and benefits adviser to the Durham County Council Pension Fund.
Sackers senior associate Georgina Beechinor has been elected to chair the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's (PLSA) central London group.
More than six million people have started saving into a workplace pension since auto-enrolment (AE) began, with more than 100,000 employers having enrolled employees.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has revamped its toolkit for trustees so it can now be used on tablets, laptops and PCs.
The majority of employers who have successfully introduced auto-enrolment (AE) are only contributing the minimum legal amounts, according to Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) research.
The landmark ruling could put trustees in a very difficult position and endanger members
A low cost online advice and guidance service for members approaching retirement is due to be launched in April by B&CE, provider of The People's Pension, through Liverpool Victoria (LV=).
Members have a worrying lack of knowledge and understanding of pensions with 42% not knowing what scheme they are in, according to a study by Ipsos MORI.
Royal London has lost the right to block a suspected pension liberations transfer in a landmark ruling at the High Court, which could have far-reaching consequences across the industry.
After TPR's recent win in a high court battle that subjected AE to judicial review for the first time, Rebecca Shahoud looks at the implications for future cases
PP looks at what how to stop people being forced to work and save until their 80s.
Proposed changes to simplify the automatic enrolment (AE) process for employers may actually make it more complex for limited liability partnerships (LLPs), according to Sackers.
Wake-up packs are not helping members to make important decisions in the post-freedoms world, according to research from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Pensions will still be the most effective way to save even if higher earners get less tax relief under the chancellor's expected reforms, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Hermes Investment Management has appointed CEO of Hermes Equity Ownership (EOS) Colin Melvin to global head of stewardship.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has boosted its infrastructure division with the appointment of Erik Westermark as senior investment associate.
Workers could be forced to work until their mid-80s if they are to enjoy the same level of pension as their parents' generation according to Royal London.
As tax relief reductions forces high earners to leave schemes, further reform could severely damage pensions.
The top stories this week were Ros Altmann criticising bullying by WASPI supporters and the government forcing trust-based schemes to report on transfer performance.
Royal London's new life and pensions business grew by 40% last year as the firm benefited from changes arising from the April pension freedoms.
As TPR urges trustees to raise its game, is there a call for industry regulation?
Transfer values have recovered from a sharp fall at the end of last year on the back of falling gilt yields, according to Xafinity.
Pi Partnership has acquired independent trustee business Temple Trustees from Burges Salmon as the consultancy firm looks to expand.
Three newly-created roles have been made at RPMI Railpen in a bid to strengthen its investment capabilities.
Pensions minister Ros Altmann has said that she has been bullied by supporters of the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) campaign.
The pensions ombudsman (PO) has dismissed a complaint against Johnson Controls that they did not grant a member an unreduced early retirement pension.
Royal London director of policy Steve Webb is to warn of the dangers of implementing a pensions ISA, describing it as George Osborne's "Gordon Brown moment."
PP looks at industry responses to the draft DC code
Standard Life Investments has appointed Euan Sterling to the newly created role of head of stewardship and environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment.
The pensions ombudsman (PO) has ordered County Tyre to backdate payments to a member after it found they were wrongly stopped.
Nearly three-quarters of employees believe they will less comfortable than their parents in retirement, while a fifth are seriously worried about their finances, according to research.
Changes to pension tax relief in recent years have already caused schemes to lose members on higher incomes, according to research from the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA).
Consumers have been gradually shifting back to annuities for guaranteed income since the pension freedoms were introduced in April 2015, according to data.
A debate on the effect of equalisation of the state pension age on women born in the 1950s will take place in Westminster this afternoon.
The draft defined contribution (DC) code is not suitable for all types of schemes and lacks clarity on trustees' responsibilities, according to responses to the regulator's consultation.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is seeking views on how innovation and technology can help deliver better outcomes for savers at retirement.
Defined contribution (DC) schemes have reduced in number by 40% according to figures from The Pensions Regulator.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has revealed more than 90% of small employers have completed auto-enrolment (AE) but it had to issue a record number of compliance notices to make it happen.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) is consulting on proposed changes to its rules to bring them in line with new legislation and lifting of restrictions on the scheme.
Amid concern that the cap on exit fees only applies to contract-based schemes, the minister has confirmed that a separate cap will be imposed on trust-based schemes.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has called for proposed retirement risk warning regulations to be altered in a bid to bring them more in line with practice in the contract-based sector.
Speculation is rife that Chancellor George Osborne will introduce a flat-rate of tax relief, which will benefit lower earners according to a report in the Financial Times.
All open defined benefit schemes in the FTSE 250 are set to close within 12 months, according to JLT Employee Benefits (EB).
Section 48 of the Administration of Justice Act 1985 can provide a solution to pension problems
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has calculated that people retiring under the new state pension will be worse off as time goes on.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has admitted it made a mistake when calculating how many people had fully cashed out their pensions to take advantage of the April freedoms.
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has sided with members of the Police Pension Scheme who were hit by a tax penalty when they returned to work after retiring.