This week's top stories included reports that chancellor Philip Hammond is considering cutting higher-rate tax relief in the Autumn Budget, while the Court of Appeal ruled IBM had the right to impose a cap on increases in pensionable pay.
Also, transparency campaigner Chris Sier was appointed to head the Financial Conduct Authority's working group on cost and charges disclosure. 1) Hammond considers cutting higher-rate tax relief ...
Jonathan Stapleton speaks to eight senior professional trustees about accreditation, diversity and the issues they face in their roles.
Communications platform Knowa is offering trustee boards and professional trustees free access to its online collaborative tools amid the growing impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the rising number of staff working remotely.
Capital Cranfield’s Neil McPherson: How the CMA review will affect small schemes’ fiduciary management plans
Taxpayers could be forced to fund the £8bn Railway Pension Scheme deficit following the renationalisation of the railway system.
Any weakening of the sponsor covenant arising from the Covid-19 crisis is likely to have the most challenging impact for pension schemes, according to March's Pensions Buzz respondents.