The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set out how it will collect data on how savers are using pension freedoms, with first reports due in September 2018.
Extending survivor benefits to unmarried partners would increase liabilities and be a lawyers' paradise according to PP research.
Plans to raise the state pension age (SPA) to 68 seven years ahead of schedule by 2039 has been welcomed by the industry as a necessary move to reflect rising life expectancy and keep costs affordable.
The government has confirmed it will raise the state pension age (SPA) to 68 between 2037 and 2039, seven years ahead of the date range originally planned.
The Treasury has confirmed the government will go ahead with its plans to increase the Lifetime Allowance (LTA) in line with inflation from next April.
This week we want to know if the government should introduce a law to equalise benefits for cohabiting couples, and if the law balances the needs of shareholders and members.
The regulator has promised to toughen its approach against those who withhold information it needs for investigation, James Phillips writes.
The government has been given permission to appeal a High Court ruling which deemed its investment guidance for the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) unlawful.
Jonathan Stapleton asks if it is time to extend pensions equality to cohabiting couples
The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) has called on the government to reform incentives for auto-enrolment (AE), which it estimates could save the Treasury £10bn annually.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined an individual compliance oversight officer £75,000 for "failing to exercise due skill, care and diligence" with regard to pension transfers in his role at two firms.
After the landmark ruling in the Walker vs Innospec case, schemes must review how they award death benefits for members, writes Michael Klimes
This week's top stories include a landmark Supreme Court ruling on survivor benefits, DWP plans to launch a DB white paper in winter and a proposal the industry should design a pilot dashboard
Robin Ellison says the regulator now sees trustees as 'inefficient and lazy' people who need 'prodding and punishing' into compliance.
The reduction in the Money Purchase Annual Allowance (MPAA) from £10,000 to £4,000 per year will apply retrospectively from April 2017, after the Treasury confirmed plans to reintroduce tax relief cuts from that date.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will publish a white paper on the future of defined benefit (DB) schemes this winter, which will cover consolidation and extra powers for the regulator.
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) competition director says the drawdown market must innovate and is worried that distrust of pensions is causing people to fully withdraw
The Supreme Court has ruled an exemption in the Equality Act, which allows schemes to exclude same-sex partners from spousal benefits accrued before December 2005, is discriminatory and breaches EU equality laws.
More than half of retirement pots accessed under pension freedom rules have been fully withdrawn, the Financial Conduct Authority confirmed in its interim retirement outcomes review.
The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) determinations panel has seen a significant rise in casework, making a record 41 determinations in the last financial year.
The 2016/17 annual report of The Pension Regulator (TPR) has highlighted the occurrence of one "serious incident" in the past year that resulted in data loss.
The number of enquiries handled by the Pensions Ombudsman's (PO) increased by more than a fifth to over 6,000 during the past financial year, according to its annual report.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has convicted an office manager after she failed to provide information it needed for an investigation into a suspected £13.8m scam.
PP research shows sector believes investment consultancy should be probed.