Pension savers could see a faster recovery of monies lost during the Covid-19 pandemic by increasing contributions ahead of a market rebound, according to research from PensionBee.
The number of deaths registered for week 20 (9 May to 15 May) of the year in England and Wales is slightly higher than the figure for week 19 due to a backlog of registrations.
David Fairs is making a bid to complete 52 10k cross training sessions in a bid to raise £10,000 for Sarcoma UK.
Ahead of stepping down as senior partner next week, Nick Salter tells James Phillips about building Barnett Waddingham up to £100m in turnover, his client-first mantra, and his desire for greater consumer trust.
In this live blog, Professional Pensions brings together all the latest news on the industry's response to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as regulatory and legal updates.
Natixis Investment Managers has made a strategic investment in Smart, the technology platform behind the Smart Pension master trust.
The Association of Professional Pension Trustees (APPT) has announced the first 14 trustees to have received accreditation after completing its programme.
Pension savers are failing to spot the most prevalent signs of scams, including early access and free advice, PensionBee research finds.
This week’s top stories included the Pension Protection Fund naming 11 firms to its trustee and support services panel, and the latest analysis of mortality rates from Covid-19 and its impact on pension scheme assumptions.
NN Life has completed a €13.5bn (£12.1bn) longevity transaction covering a portfolio of annuity policies for over 200,000 pensioners and dependents.
Charlotte Moore looks at industry efforts to why improving members' financial wellbeing and retirement planning is crucial in a crisis situation.
The debate concerning negative interests in the UK has now become “very real” after the UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI) 12-month inflation rate dipped to 0.8% in April from 1.5% in March, recording its lowest reading since August 2016 and putting it on...
In this week’s Pensions Buzz, we want to know whether you think the Local Government Pension Scheme pooling programme has been successful in the two years since its formal launch.
Professional Pensions’ latest webinar looks at the significant fall in funding levels many schemes have had to face in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Four actionable steps for employers to take post-lockdown.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has launched an advisory panel to support trustees of schemes whose sponsoring employer is stressed or distressed.
Two-thirds of the industry don’t expect to return to non-home offices until at least September and 55% don’t expect a return to face-to-face business as usual for at least a year, exclusive PP research reveals.
Industry veteran Bruce Rigby has been appointed as the chair of Prudential’s Independent Governance Committee (IGC).
This week’s top stories included the Co-operative Pension Scheme’s £350m buy-in with Aviva, and the list of last year’s best and worst performing fiduciary managers as revealed by XPS Pensions Group.
The Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund (MNOPF) has launched a wellbeing programme to help members and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The total number of deaths registered last week in England and Wales dropped significantly from the week before but was 1.6 times as many registered at the same time in 2019.
While the Covid-19 pandemic will see many feel the pinch on their pension savings, it has the potential to drive real positives in the workplace, says Malcolm McLean.
Michelle Cracknell has won the Pensions Management Institute’s third student essay competition with an article on how data can be used to better segment and target member communications to improve engagement.