The hung parliament means planned measures to mitigate scams will be kicked down the road, the industry has told PP.
The government has suffered a major defeat in the High Court after its rules on Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) investments were deemed unlawful.
The industry has broadly welcomed the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) plans to modernise processes around pension transfers in response to concerns over surging demand.
Britain needs an intergenerational equalities minister to remove the sting of inequality between young and old that has been growning since the 1980s according to Chris Wagstaff.
Richard Butcher says the role should be scrapped as pensions are too important to mess with.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) should be allowed to alter scheme indexation and benefits to ensure members get at least "second-best" outcomes.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has admitted it was subject to a partially successful ransomware attack during the past three financial years but had blocked over 40,000 other attempts.
Transfer value analysis should be replaced with a comparison showing the value of the benefits being given up, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says.
The Conservative minority government has set out its plans for a bill to merge the Money Advice Service (MAS), The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Pension Wise.
While many will be pleased that The Pensions Regulator is taking a tougher line on the dividends companies with pension scheme deficits should pay, Jonathan Stapleton says any action will be difficult to enforce.
Guy Opperman's appointment as minister for pensions and financial inclusion has been received positively, but experts say he must tackle a number of outstanding policy issues.
The watchdog wants amendments to the way defined benefit (DB) schemes are assessed so it can be "more efficient and effective", according to its response to the government's green paper.
The Pension Protection Fund has announced its intention to bring Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) member services in-house as part of its strategic plan for the next three years.
Ros Altmann says as the government battles Brexit and political instability, pensions are unlikely to top its priority list.
A "period of stability" for the state pension age is needed and so the government should postpone any increase decision, the union Prospect has said.
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The combined force of a more heavy-handed regulator and market conditions in a post-Brexit world will cause some defined benefit (DB) trustees to put greater demands on their scheme sponsor, Barnett Waddingham predicts.
This week we want to know which single Conservative policy on pensions is most at threat from the result of the election.
The UK has awoken to shock news that the Conservative Party has failed to secure an overall majority, leaving the future government hanging somewhat in the balance.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has carried out spot checks in Greater Manchester to ensure employers are complying with their automatic enrolment (AE) responsibilities.
Michael Klimes asks if guidance which recommends scheme deeds and rules be consolidated into one document at least every five years, should be a regulatory requirement.
Introducing a flat rate of tax relief at 20% could save the Treasury up to £13bn, according to calculations by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).
The People's Pensions's Darren Philp says he is "disappointed" at the lack of vision in the political party manifestos for General Election 2017 - and urges the industry to lay down the gauntlet of reform at the feet of the next government.
The trustees of the Barnado's pension scheme will head to the Supreme Court in a renewed bid to switch its indexation rules.