Since launching as an independent business in August last year, pensions and employee benefits consultancy Buck has won 36 additional client contracts.
Private pension wealth has grown to £6.1trn in the last decade up from £3.6trn, Office for National Statistics (ONS) data shows.
Self-employment may work well for those women who bear the brunt of childcare responsibilities, but this can leave them lacking in pension, insurance, and savings provision, says Laura Miller.
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Phoenix Group has laid down a proposal to acquire rival life insurer ReAssure Group in a £3.2bn cash and shares deal.
This week’s top stories included KPMG selling its UK pensions practice to private equity-backed firm NewCo.
KPMG has signed a conditional agreement to sell its UK pensions practice to private equity-backed firm NewCo.
The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) enforcement actions increased by more than a quarter over the last year but the recovery rate against all recoverable debt sat at just 30%, according to law firm Clyde & Co.
Pensions and actuarial consulting is an increasingly lucrative business. Hope William-Smith speaks to Grant Stobart about Broadstone’s growth plans and where the small player sits in a busy market.
PP has analysed the accounts of the biggest pension consulting firms and recorded the turnover (revenue) in their most recent accounts. The full leaderboard is below…
FTSE 100 chief executives are more likely to be called Steve than they are to be women, who account for 50% of the population, unlike men called Steve.
While the pension schemes bill was said to command cross-party support, Brexit and acrimonious parliamentary debates are leaving its success in doubt, says Malcolm McLean.
The vast majority of this week’s 120 Pensions Buzz respondents rejected the idea that the NHS should bear any responsibility for members facing tax bills due to the tapered annual allowance.
The global sovereign debt market is one of the largest asset classes in the world, and yet it has typically lagged other asset classes when it comes to integrating climate change considerations. The reality is, sovereign debt investors are exposed to...
This year’s election marks the seventh time I have been able to cast my vote at a general election but I can honestly say it is the one I am looking forward to least. I can hardly wait until it is all over.
This week’s top stories included the selection of BlackRock as fiduciary manager for the £4bn legacy Electricity Supply Pension Scheme.
The DCIF has published a report looking into how providers and members are responding to Freedom and Choice nearly five years on. Kim Kaveh explores the findings.
Professional Pensions is holding its ESG Focus on 3 December.
People who have left risks unmanaged will be rewarded under the government’s proposals to reform the Retail Prices Index (RPI) while those in well-risk-managed schemes could lose out, says Barnett Waddingham.
XPS Pensions has published interim results for the half year ending 30 September, posting total revenue of £56.3m and pre-tax profits of £4.4m.
Pensions are too complicated a topic for political parties to discuss in any detail on the general election campaign trail, a majority of this week’s 110 Pensions Buzz respondents said.