The biggest stories on PP this week include articles on the regulator pursuing Dominic Chappell over BHS and research suggesting the low savings ratio is misleading. Here are the top five...
TPR will prosecute Dominic Chappell for failing to give information and documents requested as part of the investigation into the sale of BHS.
The government has announced it will press ahead with "tough" measures to protect pension savers as figures reveal almost £5m was lost to scammers between January and May this year.
UK households have not stopped saving to go on a debt-fuelled consumer spending spree, according to research from Royal London, despite official figures revealing the savings ratio is at a record-low.
The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO) is planning to bring The Pensions Advisory Service's (TPAS) dispute resolution process into its remit.
Frank Field MP has said the £12.6bn deficit at the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) and the transfer advice individuals receive are topics which demand closer scrutiny.
Fewer than half of asset managers assess gender diversity as part of their investment analysis, latest research by Redington reveals.
Thirteen recommendations for the Money and Pensions Service (Maps) have been laid out in an independent report to address the “urgent” financial wellbeing implications of the coronavirus pandemic on Britons.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched its 15-year corporate strategy in the form of a discussion paper, revealing protecting the future financial wellbeing of savers will sit at the heart of its work.
This week’s top stories included a warning from Lincoln Pensions on the “triple whammy” faced by sponsor covenants, while MPs called for further input on the Pension Schemes Bill.
Incisive Media - the Covent Garden-based publisher of Professional Pensions – has won the AOP’s digital publisher of the year accolade for the fifth time in ten years.