This week’s top stories included the passing of the Pension Schemes Bill in the House of Commons at the second reading. Also, Willis Towers Watson claimed that collective defined contribution pensions could average significantly higher than either defined contribution or defined benefit pots.
1) Pension Schemes Bill passes latest stage without a vote The Pension Schemes Bill has been passed in the House of Commons at the second reading, laying the groundwork for its final approval. 2)...
As Sammons Pensions Recruitment publishes its 2020 Salary Survey, Sarah Bergin-McCarthy finds the current climate is not hampering regrowth.
ClearGlass Analytics has closed a £2.6m funding round as it delivers greater accountability to pension funds and the wider asset management market.
Life and pensions new business sales at Royal London were 20% lower in 2020 due to the impact of national lockdowns on the UK economy.
This week’s top stories included the chancellor’s freezing of the lifetime allowance in the Spring Budget, along with the industry’s unfavourable response to the move.
The restructuring division of KPMG, including its employer covenant team, will be acquired by H.I.G Europe.