This week's top stories included 2020 Trustees being fined for failing to produce two chair's statements.
Meanwhile, The Pensions Regulator got its first conviction for a case of auto-enrolment non-compliance and the Communication Workers Union has told BT employees to reject the company's pension proposals.
Professional trustee firm 2020 Trustees was fined £4,000 for failing to produce two chair's statements between July and September 2017, The Pensions Regulator has revealed.
The Communication Workers Union has said it will urge its members to reject BT's proposals for its pension funds, which includes closing the defined benefit scheme.
The Pensions Regulator has successfully prosecuted a bus company and its managing director for deliberately failing to provide staff with a workplace pension scheme.
A government review has told trustees they must engage better with their members to build a nationwide "culture of social impact investment".
A ban on pensions cold-calling will be in place before the start of the next decade, a Treasury minister has told the Work and Pensions Committee.
HMRC has confirmed providers operating relief at source pension schemes can continue to collect automatic tax relief at a basic rate of 20% under new Scottish Income Tax rules.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is seeking "improved" powers to set a schedule of contributions in defined benefit (DB) schemes in the government's upcoming white paper, it has revealed.
New regulatory rules which require providers and advisers to produce annuity illustrations will not solve the problem of consumer detriment as they are "fundamentally" flawed, according to Retirement Advantage.
Paul Budgen is set to join financial technology and auto-enrolment (AE) firm Smart Pension as director of business development.