The government will pause planned changes to public sector pensions as it faces an estimated £4bn annual bill after losing a legal battle last year.
It follows 2015 pension changes which meant younger firefighters and judges were moved to new, less generous pension schemes, while older workers were able to stay in their existing schemes. This prompted...
Taxes will have to increase after the March Budget if the government plans to honour the spending plans in outlined last year, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned.
Gina Miller has published a report highlighting "regulatory failures" in financial services during Andrew Bailey's tenure as chief executive (CEO) of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), calling for chancellor Rishi Sunak to review Bailey’s appointment...
The PPF is changing its insolvency risk provider as part of a triennial review of its levy rules. Lewys Curteis looks at how this could impact schemes.
The industry needs more powers to protect savers by stopping scams in their tracks, but a network to share intel can help, says Margaret Snowdon.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has called on The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to deepen its research on its planned regulatory approach to tackling climate-related risks and how it would manage any opportunities from climate change.