This week’s top stories included a ruling for a convicted trustee to return £292,000 in stolen pension funds, while the long-awaited timeline for the pensions dashboard was announced.
1) Trustee forced to return £292,000 stolen from workplace scheme A convicted fraudster has been ordered to repay £292,000 which he transferred from savers' pension pots and funnelled into businesses...
The number of savers using information or guidance services such as Pension Wise is barely higher than three years ago despite efforts to promote the benefits, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says.
This week’s top stories included Capita’s sale of its employee benefits business, while research from the Association of Consulting Actuaries found little support among employers for multiple pensions dashboards.
In a year of exceptional circumstances and getting to grips with new technology, the trustee meeting must go on – but not always to plan.
The onset of the pandemic dented asset valuations but it will take time to understand the true cost for defined benefit (DB) schemes.