Life expectancy amongst affluent men is rising faster than any other group, according to analysis by the Pension and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) and Club Vita.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes recorded a £295bn surplus at the end of May, according to First Actuarial's best-estimate index (FABI).
Coats Group has agreed a £74m settlement with The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to end enforcement action for the third of its defined benefit (DB) schemes.
The Pensions Institute argues RAA processes should be streamlined and trustees should be able to reduce benefits in a bid to help those struggling with deficits, James Phillips reports
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.
Shareholders have granted National Milk Records (NMR) permission to pull out of the multi-employer Milk Pension Fund (MPF) at a cost of £14.8m.
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 UK's 350 largest listed companies are becoming increasingly unlikely to be able to meet their pension obligations, PwC research has suggested.
The most important characteristics in advisers differ by scheme size, but the approach to investment is not overly dissimilar, James Phillips writes
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.
Trustees of the £10bn Co-operative pension fund are demanding £50m to split the scheme and enable a deal to rescue the struggling bank, according to reports.
Over 80% of advisers expect an increasing number of transfer requests from defined benefit (DB) scheme members over the next year, according to a survey.
The combined deficit of FTSE 100 defined benefit (DB) schemes grew by more than £10bn over 2016, Barnett Waddingham research has estimated.
The majority of defined benefit (DB a schemes remain affordable but many should do more to tackle increased deficits and reduce risk to pensioners, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) says.
The total deficit of defined benefit (DB) schemes improved marginally, latest Pension Protection Fund (PPF) data reveals.
Final salary members of the AA UK defined benefit (DB) scheme are to move to a career average segment in a bid to stem the deficit.
While the government moots allowing schemes to swap indices when rules are rigid, James Phillips explores whether a new index could end the debate
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.
Variation in gilt yields led to a £4,000 rise in the average estimated defined benefit (DB) transfer value over the course of May, Xafinity has estimated.
Rachel Croft says there is a lack of clarity over what constitutes good trusteeship and governance.
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.
Carclo has announced it does not expect to pay any dividends until at least April 2018 as its pension deficit continues to drain its reserves.
An argument has been made for DB schemes to copy corporate governance structures to boost trustees' accountability. James Phillips explores the idea