This week's top stories included The Pensions Regulator (TPR) issuing its first fine to a scheme for failing to file up-to-date information, and publishing its analysis of schemes with 2018 valuations.
Also, its chief executive Lesley Titcomb announced she would step down at the end of her term next year, and Scottish Widows completed its biggest ever buy-in. 1) TPR issues first fine for out-of-date...
The PPF’s Lisa McCrory tells Professional Pensions about her transition from chief actuary to chief financial officer during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Blog: Will credit markets remain open for business?; Our economic recovery needs to be green
In this live blog, Professional Pensions brings together all the latest news on the industry's response to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as regulatory and legal updates.
The number of excess deaths for week 21 of the year have been very similar to the number of Covid-19 related deaths for the first time since March, according to the Continuous Mortality Index (CMI).
Three accounting bodies have published specific Covid-19 guidance for the compilation of pension scheme accounts, recognising that “it can’t be business as usual”.
A new tracker launched by XPS Pensions Group predicts Covid-19 related deaths for the UK are now at or close to 50,000.