A new cost transparency solution is being developed for pension schemes by a financial services technology firm.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has launched a checklist to help trustees with the rectification process for guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP).
Schroders has become the first asset manager to sign up to Clear Funds, a transaction cost assessment service launched by PTL in January 2018.
Aviva has introduced Origo's bulk transfer service in a bid to speed up processes and further improve data security for schemes.
Mobius Life is working with Old Mutual Wealth to transition institutional pension clients that wish to move to Mobius's platform, PP has learned.
The National Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Frameworks has launched a new framework to procure transition management and implementation services.
Sackers has outlined the ten key actions trustees need to take to understand the responsibilities that will be expected of them from 25 May.
Margaret Snowdon says this ground-breaking technology has potential to reach all areas of pensions, and could help combat cyber-crime and scams
Trustees should focus on getting good education rather than simply amassing qualifications in order to strengthen their scheme governance, according to River & Mercantile.
M&G Prudential has announced plans to terminate its contract with Capita for the administration of its UK life and assurance business.
South Tyneside Council and Northumberland County Council are setting up a shared administration service for their pension funds to improve efficiencies and benefit from greater economies of scale.
The £49bn, 300,000-member BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) is to bring its administration back in-house after agreeing to end its third-party contract with Accenture three years into an eight year contract.
Combining Xafinity and Punter Southall's "highly complementary" businesses to create the "largest pure-play UK pensions consultancy" will be beneficial for clients, according to Xafinity.
Raj Mody says cyber security will become a prevalent issue, while blockchain will move front and centre for the industry
Paul McGlone says the challenges of cyber risk and GDPR are leading trustees to ask how they are protected if something goes wrong - but the answers are not always simple
Michael Klimes explores the challenges to the rollout of biometrics in schemes and the benefits it could bring.
Scottish Widows and Standard Life recently completed the industry's first two automated bulk transfers of occupational schemes. Michael Klimes examines how automation reduces risks
For the first time, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is asking schemes to submit information around data as part of the annual scheme return. The watchdog's Anthony Raymond explains what changes are being made and why trustees and administrators should start...
Communicating GMP calculations to members is no easy task. Matthew Doggett looks at how TPT Retirement Solutions has addressed the challenge
Communications consultancy Quietroom has developed a simplified statutory money purchase illustration (SMPI) in a bid to engage members with their pension savings.
Ransomware is the most likely type of cyber attack on pensions says RSM head of pensions Ian Bell.
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has confirmed the government will support the dashboard.
Margaret Snowdon says the industry must be more willing to err on the side of caution as the government's solutions will not stop scammers
Redington has launched an investment governance service to help trustees receive "honest feedback" after many said they rarely see such comments from consultants.