Collective defined contribution (CDC) provision will be introduced slowly, starting specifically with a Royal Mail scheme and then rolling it out more widely, the government has confirmed.
Robin Ellison says the one great advantage of the Brexit experience has been the inability of government to pass much new legislation affecting pensions
Philip Hammond's Spring Statement was empty of any direct pension news as the Treasury sought to avoid major policy announcements.
UK gross domestic product (GDP) is set to grow by 1.2% in 2019, less than the 1.3% forecast in the 2018 Autumn Budget, but the economy will expand over the each of the next five year's, Chancellor Philip Hammond said in today's Spring Statement.
The Spring Statement is likely to be overshadowed by Brexit but there is still much to do in pensions. Kim Kaveh and Holly Roach take a look at the industry's wishlist.
The year-long gap between advisers falling off the FCA register and being included on the new directory could raise significant challenges for advised defined benefit (DB) pension transfers for a 12-month period.
The government has launched a consultation on scrapping the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) following two separate reviews.
The government will proceed with a range of changes to the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets as recommended by a major competition review.
We have gone well past the brink of things not being good and the last 10 years have turned out to be so different relative to what was reasonably predicted, according to Paul Johnson.
Attendees at a Trades Union Congress (TUC) conference have endorsed a Prospect motion which called for action to tackle the gender pension gap.
A government failure to update equality legislation means schemes offering bridging pensions could fall foul of provisions in the Equality Act 2010 - leaving them reliant on EU law as an interim solution.
TPR has set out specific guidance for trustees and employers with schemes approaching a valuation. Kim Kaveh looks at the details of its annual funding statement.
A groundhog year kicks off as many of 2018's biggest court cases return on appeal. James Phillips rounds up what trustees should keep an eye on.
Sponsors and trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes with 31 March valuation dates need to discuss their options given the clash with Brexit, according to Aon.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a consultation setting out proposed rules that would require contract-based schemes to disclose costs and charges to members.
The former head of a charity for the disabled is to be prosecuted for allegedly transferring more than £250,000 from the organisation's pension scheme.
An accountant who acted as a trustee and administrator to pension schemes has pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud and two counts of making employer-related investments.
Professional trustees will be expected to apply for accreditation in the near future as a regulator-backed working group has published a set of seven standards against which they will need to demonstrate compliance.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a website dedicated to signposting people to where they can receive guidance typically associated with a so-called 'mid-life MOT'.
PP has compiled a list of what to watch out for over the coming months.
Some 52% of red flags raised by schemes on suspected scam pension transfers involve advisers or unregulated introducers, a report by the Pension Scams Industry Group (PSIG) has claimed.
The Norfolk Pension Fund has been successful as the lead plaintiff in a class action case that went to jury trial in California involving securities fraud.
Alan Pickering says politicians should have the freedom to redefine what is meant by 'absolute'
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) used its enforcement powers more than 22,000 times in the final quarter of 2018, it has revealed.