PP looks at whether more could be done to prevent members from transferring out in the first instance?
People who die younger will get a better deal by not annuitising according to pensions minister Steve Webb.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has strongly hinted there will be action on tax relief in the Autumn Statement tomorrow.
Local councils and pension authorities have urged members of the public to disregard scam calls from a fraudulent organisation claiming to be a pension scheme.
Jonathan Stapleton on the annual round of tax relief speculation
Pensions minister Steve Webb has written to the Association of British Insurers demanding evidence that consultancy charges levied on schemes are value for money.
The government may offer public servants who are transferred to private sector contractors the ability to remain in their public sector schemes.
Tony Morris and his associate Peter Malmstrom have been cleared of taking part in the £52m GP Noble pension scheme fraud.
A Supreme Court has ruled that part-time judges may be entitled to the same pension rights as their full time counterparts.
A group of Lloyds shareholders suing directors over the 2008 HBOS takeover will use the LIBOR scandal as further proof they were misled into backing the deal.
Chairman of the Financial Services Authority Lord Turner says the new Financial Conduct Authority will focus more on the activities of insurers and pension funds.
The High Court has ruled against a consortium of 38 Lehman Brothers subsidiary companies fighting to be excluded from financial support directions by The Pensions Regulator.
National Insurance contributions are due on pre-6 April 2006 employer payments into funded unapproved retirement benefit schemes, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
BBC Pension Scheme reforms capping future pensionable salary increases at 1% are legal, the High Court has ruled - but member doubts remain over the BBC's discretion to make the change.
Tony Morris, the man at the centre of the £52m GP Noble pension scheme fraud trial, began giving evidence in his defence yesterday.
A Gibraltar-based law firm and Australian financial advice firm have been added to the list of defendants in the £52m GP Noble civil lawsuit.
A High Court decision handed down on Monday may have set a precedent on the treatment of early retirement benefits when companies sell part of their businesses.
The Financial Services Authority has banned a director from holding "significant influence functions" following occupational pension transfer failings.
UK pension funds could reclaim about half a billion pounds from French tax authorities following a European court ruling.
A bankrupt who lost a High Court battle over whether he should hand over his pension to creditors will appeal the decision this autumn.
Millions of pounds taken from nine defrauded pension schemes were transferred to two shell companies before being disseminated to a multitude of "risky" investments, a court heard yesterday.
Tony Morris was a "deeply involved central figure" in the alleged £52m GP Noble pension scheme fraud and instigated the illegal transfer of funds, a court has heard.
The trial of Tony Morris, who is accused of defrauding a number of pension funds as part of the £52m GP Noble fraud, has started at Southwark Crown Court.
Schemes and trustees could be faced with conflicts when dealing with bankrupt members after the Raithatha v Williams verdict, lawyers warn.