UK - Schemes are being urged to vote against bumper pay deals for Shell executives in the oil giant's annual general meeting later this month.
The NAPF claims there is a “lack of clarity” over how much Shell’s executives might get and what they would have to do to earn it.
Shell chairman, Sir Philip Watts, received a 55% increase in salary and bonuses for 2002, despite company profits falling by 23%.
The PPF 7800 deficit was slashed in half last month as gilt yields rose. Victoria Ticha asks if this is the start of a longer trend
Frank Field is to warn Sir Philip Green not to sell his Arcadia business without ensuring defined benefit (DB) pensions are adequately protected, PP can confirm.
Some 79% of people would like to see stricter rules and checks to ensure pension pots are secure, according to a survey by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
An analysis of IGC annual reports finds some lacking in information on value for money, costs and charges, and investment performance. James Phillips explores the findings