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.
Sponsor covenants are facing a "triple whammy" moving into 2021 as the effects of Covid-19, Brexit and macro-economic conditions combine, Lincoln Pensions warns.
The pensions industry is being given a fresh chance to feed into the Pension Schemes Bill as the Public Bill Committee launches a call for written evidence.
Birthday honours have been awarded to pensions industry giants Mark Boyle and Sara Protheroe in recognition of their "outstanding achievements".
Consolidation across defined benefit and defined contribution schemes is the most-anticipated trend for UK pensions industry over the next five years, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has found.
A "legitimate debate and discussion" is needed over future auto-enrolment contribution rates, says Guy Opperman, and that could take place next year.
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.
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.
Wilton Re has made an investment in Clara Pensions to support the consolidator’s growth and development.
A call for the government to consider handing responsibility for tackling pension scams to a specially appointed minister has faced backlash from PP readers.