This week's top stories included The Pensions Regulator (TPR) issuing its first fine to a scheme for failing to file up-to-date information, and publishing its analysis of schemes with 2018 valuations.
Also, its chief executive Lesley Titcomb announced she would step down at the end of her term next year, and Scottish Widows completed its biggest ever buy-in.
TPR has fined a scheme after it failed to notify the regulator it had appointed a professional trustee, in the first instance of a penalty being levied for this reason.
Lesley Titcomb is to leave TPR at the end of her four-year term as chief executive in February 2019, the watchdog has announced.
The trustees of the Littlewoods Pensions Scheme have agreed an £880m pensioner buy-in with Scottish Widows.
Pension funds conducting triennial valuations this year will need to increase deficit recovery contributions to meet their existing recovery plan targets, the regulator has said.
Former Financial Services Association chief executive Hector Sants has been appointed as chair of the new, incoming single financial guidance and claims body.
Seven directors of the Trustee Corporation have been accredited under the Pensions Management Institute’s (PMI) Aptitude programme.
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The Pension Schemes Bill has completed its third reading, crossing its latest hurdle in the House of Commons.
The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) will develop a ‘later-life checklist’ to help over-50s who have been affected by Covid-19 and need to plan for their financial future.
“Information asymmetry” is holding back workplace pensions despite a clear wealth of provider offerings to try and plug the problem, Benefits Guru says.