Pensions minister Steve Webb has pledged to give the raft of legislation working its way through parliament time to bed in, and not introduce any more major reforms.
Webb told PP that, after a hectic three years in office, he wanted to focus on state pension reform, auto-enrolment, small pots and defined ambition. He said: "Clearly you don't want permanent revolution,...
The Pension Schemes Bill will now move for consideration in the House of Commons after it was passed in the House of Lords yesterday (15 July) following a third reading.
HM Treasury has announced it will resume the cost control mechanism for public sector pension schemes, noting the concern that the 18-month suspension has caused.
The economic crisis caused by Covid-19 has reinforced The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) view that its defined benefit (DB) funding principles are “right”, says David Fairs.
Lorna Blyth looks at how an amendment to the Pension Schemes Bill could force pension schemes to align their investment strategies with the Paris climate agreement.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has said it will continue with its “clear, quick and tough” approach to driving up standards across the pensions industry following the coronavirus pandemic.