The historic Wedgwood Museum collection could be sold off after the High Court ruled the artefacts could be disposed of to pay off debts, which include a £134m liability owed to the pension scheme.
Judges ruled the 250 year old collection - which now faces being sold off to the highest bidder - was not held by the Museum and could therefore be used by administrators to pay off creditors, which include...
Despite an anticipated delay in the Pension Schemes Bill being debated in the House of Commons, Guy Opperman has confirmed he fully expects it to be law by the end of 2020.
The government’s proposal of temporary changes to pension tax for public sector workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic is the fairest choice, says Royal London.
Oxfordshire County Council has seen a "significant improvement" to its pension fund governance following action by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The recent 'Dear CEO' letter sent by the FCA to pension providers could mean pension freedoms for defined benefit (DB) scheme members are "being eroded", one SIPP provider has warned.
Standard Life Aberdeen has won a tribunal in which it claimed Lloyds Banking Group was not entitled to give notice to terminate investment management arrangements for a £109bn mandate.