The watchdog's approach has become too aggressive in the last year and it seems to be moving away from a risk-based approach, according to Peter Askins.
The Law Commission has called on the government to clarify investment rules which can make it hard for schemes to make socially responsible investments.
Proposals to modernise processes around transfers have received support but miss some key points, writes Michael Klimes
Unison has passed a motion that says it will seek to divest the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) from fossil fuels over the next five years.
The industry has broadly welcomed the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) plans to modernise processes around pension transfers in response to concerns over surging demand.
Britain needs an intergenerational equalities minister to remove the sting of inequality between young and old that has been growing since the 1980s according to Chris Wagstaff.
Trustees can expect The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to intervene in their favour if sponsors are not fulfilling their obligations to a scheme, Andrew Warwick-Thompson says.
The Swedish dashboard was launched 13 years ago but its progress has not been straightforward. Its chief executive Anders Lundström speaks to Michael Klimes
The watchdog wants amendments to the way defined benefit (DB) schemes are assessed so it can be "more efficient and effective", according to its response to the government's green paper.
Trustees of the two British Home Stores (BHS) schemes have sent 18,000 letters to members explaining the options available to them following the deal reached earlier this year.
The T-Mobile International UK Pension Scheme has appointed BlackRock as its first fiduciary manager after an open tender.
Frank Field will run to be re-appointed chairman of the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) in the new parliament, his office has confirmed to PP.
The total deficit of defined benefit (DB) schemes improved marginally, latest Pension Protection Fund (PPF) data reveals.
Michael Klimes asks if the tools that companies use to help staff understand pensions and finance are sufficient
Lawmakers should not impose an arbitrary cap on the length of scheme recovery plans as this would be counter-productive according to Punter Southall's Joanne Livingstone.
Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Stephen Lefley as head of corporate solutions to beef up its pensions proposition.
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has invested £60.6m into a student accommodation project at the University of Essex.
Michael Klimes asks if guidance which recommends scheme deeds and rules be consolidated into one document at least every five years, should be a regulatory requirement.
The British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) has revealed the number of steelworkers cashing in their defined benefit (DB) pensions more than doubled to 482 in the year to March 2017.
The Pension and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) and Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) have joined the cross-industry group on improving transfers and re-registration.
Xafinity has made Dave Hodges head of the National Pension Trust to help grow the master trust's proposition.
The College of Law Pension and Assurance Scheme has completed its fourth buy-in for £28m worth of liabilities with Aviva, as it moves closer to full buyout.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has appointed Ruth Palmer as learning director where she will review its qualifications suite and develop its education strategy.
Two discrimination case appeals involving firefighters and judges which had opposite rulings are expected to be heard at the same employment tribunal.