An accounts manager has been ordered to pay £5,000 after trying to hide that fact that restaurants he worked with had not given their staff access to workplace pensions.
The government should invest in a bespoke survey on attitudes to work and pensions to avoid "missed opportunities", a feasibility report has concluded.
Products which allow the public to save into both a pension and a liquid pot are an opportunity that all employers should be embracing, Guy Opperman has said.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned the public to be vigilant of investment scams as Action Fraud reveals more than £197m was lost to scams in 2018.
A six-year delay in overhauling a pensions rule that penalises the low paid could cut a saver's pension by as much as £12,000, according to the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
As the DWP's consultation on consolidation comes to a close, Stephanie Baxter takes a look at the industry's responses
Now Pensions has overhauled its administration system after historic issues caused a failure in collecting and investing around 265,000 members' contributions.
The government will pause planned changes to public sector pensions as it faces an estimated £4bn annual bill after losing a legal battle last year.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has been warned it will be afflicted with an exodus of staff after a review of its pay structure, while those remaining will be disaffected and demotivated.
Two pension scam victims have lost more than £1m in savings each to fraudsters, data from Action Fraud reveals.
Pensions wake-up packs must be reformed by November this year to comprise a single-page summary document, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
Some investment consultants and fiduciary managers may be misrepresenting the conclusions of a major market competition review to clients, XPS Pensions says.
HM Treasury has agreed in principle to give NEST a £329m contingent liability guarantee in the event of the master trust's wind up or closure.
As the DWP's consultation on collective DC closes, Stephanie Baxter finds most responses are broadly supportive but some are critical, pointing out there is a long way to go to get it right
Jonathan Stapleton asks whether newly-accredited professional trustees should be a statutory fixture on pension scheme boards.
Tim Sharp warns the DWP's plans for collective DC risk establishing an inhospitable environment for the lay trustee
The government's latest draft no-deal Brexit regulations outline the end of the cross-border regime, but offer no guarantee of protection for members. James Phillips reports.
The Pensions Regulator will consider if schemes should be required to have professional trustees and assess the case for greater regulation of administrators and system providers, PP can reveal.
Industry commentators are expecting markets to remain volatile as uncertainty continues following the historic defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday night.
Coats' pension scheme members are not entitled to annual increases of 5%, the High Court has ruled in a rare instance of a court overturning a decision of The Pensions Ombudsman.
Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) have been granted permission to use more than £1m of scheme assets to fund an appeal over discretionary increases.
Government rules over ethical investment in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) will hit the Supreme Court as campaigners contest state interference.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents were almost equally split on whether The Pensions Regulator (TPR) needed a fresh strategy as its chief executive changes.
Local government workers who are outsourced to independent contractors will soon be allowed to remain in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).