The biggest stories on PP this week include Webb accusing Osborne of "daylight robbery" and the shortlist for the UK Pension Awards 2016. Here are the top five.
1) Webb accuses Chancellor of ‘daylight robbery' over pension tax reforms The former pensions minister Steve Webb has accused the Chancellor of orchestrating a ‘daylight robbery' with his proposals...
The sponsoring employers of the UK’s largest pension schemes may have to put an additional £40-£45bn into their schemes over the next decade, Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) warns.
Caroline Kurup explores the latest TPR guidance on superfund transfers and what scheme trustees should be considering
Pension scheme trustees and sponsors should only seek to transfer members’ benefits to a defined benefit (DB) consolidator if there is no “realistic prospect of buyout in the foreseeable future”, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) says.
Guy Opperman says two page, simpler statements as well as an annual ‘season’ in which to issue them could be transformative steps for the UK pensions industry
A second pensions bill is likely during the “life of this parliament”, according to pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman.