This week's top stories included coverage of a report which was highly critical of The Pensions Regulator, and a Supreme Court judgement would could see schemes having to provide death benefits to unmarried partners.
The Pensions Regulator has been heavily criticised in a damning indictment of the state of UK pension regulation.
A Supreme Court ruling could result in trustees having to review the way death benefits are awarded to surviving partners of unmarried couples.
The Treasury has announced that from April savers will be given tax-free early access to their retirement pots in order to pay for advice.
Aon Hewitt is reiterating its call for pension schemes to review the emerging lower rates of UK mortality improvement to ensure fair pricing of longevity insurance transactions.
Trustees are being urged to use quarterly meetings to set their administration priorities and scrutinise providers.
This week’s top stories included the rejection of an automatic guidance amendment in the Pension Schemes Bill, while The Pensions Regulator posted a sharp increase in the use of its powers.
The majority of the pensions industry agrees an eventual net-zero target should not be mandated for schemes as part of the Pension Schemes Bill, according to a Professional Pensions poll.
Local Pension Partnership Administration (LPPA) has become the latest organisation to join the Pension Scams Industry Group (PSIG) forum.
Two-thirds of UK fund managers are reducing investments in companies that fail on diversity and inclusion scores, according to a survey by Edelman.
England and Wales have seen a fourth successive week of increasing excess death figures as the countries battle through the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.