Most of this week's 108 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed the pension schemes bill should be reintroduced in its exisiting form.
Aviva has set out its strategy to launch an investments, savings and retirement division as it seeks to simplify its overall business.
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The CII's Insuring Women's Futures Initiative has launched its 2019 manifesto and outlined guidance for financial services firms to help female financial resilience.
The number of women in the UK without any pension arrangements has almost doubled from 7% in 2017 to just over 13% in 2019, according to research from Aegon.
Women need greater support to engage with and understand their own wealth as well as their partner's, including preparing for retirement, writes Laura Miller.
The BT Pension Scheme (BSPS) has awarded a $1bn (£777bn) private equity mandate to Hermes GPE, to invest globally.
The Green party has outlined a range of pension and tax provisions in its election manifesto released today.
The PLSA is on a continuous drive to ensure all of its members are better engaged and represented in its policymaking. James Phillips speaks to Julian Mund about the progress so far.
This week's 88 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed that defined contribution (DC) master trusts have set a good example for other types of DC schemes during the authorisation process.
Individuals must work longer, save more or spend less in retirement to avoid a global pensions crisis, a report by a Group of Thirty (G30) working group says.
This week’s top stories include the approval of the settlement deal between British Airways and the trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme, and calculations that show pension schemes could save 20% if they move to a defined contribution master trust....
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First Group has reported an increase in its pension deficit in the first half of the year, but says trading is “in line with expectations”.
The UK’s consumer prices index (CPI) has fallen to its lowest level since November 2016, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Most women are not saving enough for retirement and remain at risk of running out of money after they finish work, according to new analysis.
Laura Miller looks at how to tackle the lack of visibility of women in financial services
A third of female entrepreneurs in the UK are not saving any money towards their retirement, figures from Scottish Widows show.
This week’s top stories include SuperTrust UK’s exit from the master trust market, just one day before The Pensions Regulator announced all existing master trusts had been authorised.
The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee (MPC) has voted by a majority of 7-2 to maintain the interest rate at 0.75%.
RPMI Railpen will develop a newly purchased site with a speculative warehouse and logistics scheme in a bid to boost its property portfolio.
Mutual Scottish Friendly has completed the acquisition of a back book of life and pension policies from financial services provider Canada Life.
The Combined Nuclear Pension Plan (CNPP) has appointed Aon Hewitt as an investment adviser for its defined benefit (DB) section, replacing Hymans Robertson.
The Pensions Climate Risk Industry Group is drafting trustee guidance on climate-related issues and how they can address the risks as part of their governance processes.