Judges in the US and Canada have rejected attempts by Nortel bond holders to overturn a ground-breaking decision in favour of members of the collapsed telecom company's pension scheme.
In May judges on both sides of the border ruled that the company's $7bn (£4.5bn) in assets should be divided between its global creditors on an equal footing. This would mean the scheme getting approximately...
In the second of a five-part series of articles for PP, pensions minister Guy Opperman talks about putting trustees’ duty to manage climate risk on a statutory footing
In the first of a five-part series of articles for PP, pensions minister Guy Opperman sets out how impending legislation will improve pensions for members.
Tim Shepherd and Beth Brown look at the legal implications of working from home and how pension professionals can mitigate the risks.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has substantially increased the usage of its powers against trustees – posting a sharp rise in the use of formal information gathering powers and High Court production orders during the three months to the end of September....
The Pension Schemes Bill has completed its third reading, crossing its latest hurdle in the House of Commons.