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.
Independent trustee Michelle Cracknell was the winner of the PMI's third student essay competition. In her paper, she explains how data managed by schemes and providers to administer pensions could be used to better segment and target member communications...
The staff at Premier, along with their families and friends, have embarked on a challenge to walk 10,000km in a bid to raise £10,000.
The Pensions Management Institute has produced an industry guide to Covid-19.
Keeps interest rates and QE at current levels
This week’s top stories include Punter Southall Aspire exiting the master trust market and Deloitte launching a consultation in plans to slash employer contributions for up to 12 months.
A total of 2.2 times the amount deaths were registered in England and Wales last week when compared to data from 2019, according to the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI).
Punter Southall Aspire has announced it is withdrawing from the master trust market.
Chris Martin speaks to James Phillips about Independent Trustee Services’ plans since its management buyout and his experience working with stressed and distressed schemes.
Deloitte has launched a consultation with employees in plans to slash employer pension contributions by nearly two-thirds for 12 months.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) will look to become a disability leader by the end of the financial year by altering recruitment goals and encouraging staff to divulge long-term disabilities and health conditions.
Jonathan Stapleton speaks to CBC Pension Services director Michael Clark about becoming the first fully-accredited professional trustee in the UK.
This week’s top stories include the National Pension Trust topping a defined contribution (DC) default fund performance league tables for 2019. Also, The Pensions Regulator will require trustees to issue savers who wish to switch from a defined benefit...
Half of UK pension schemes have sent “reassuring communications” to members during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Aon.
More than double the amount of deaths were registered in week 16 of 2020 compared with the same period in 2019, according to the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI).
XPS Pensions Group saw a 9% year-on-year increase in revenues during the year to 31 March, it said in an unaudited update today.
PP has analysed the hourly pay and bonus pay gaps between men and women for nearly 100 firms working with occupational pensions. Explore all the data here...