The top stories this week included articles on LCP’s warning that trustees will need to be corporate finance experts under new TPR powers, Livingbridge’s sale of Broadstone to Intermediate Capital Group, and the final approval of the Pension Schemes Bill.
1) Trustees will need to be corporate finance experts under new TPR powers Pension trustees will have much more involvement in business discussions and corporates will need to think more about pensions...
Most reform options for pension tax will leave many savers with smaller pots and cause substantially more costs for schemes and employers, says the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
Scottish Widows’ workplace pension assets hit £68bn at the end of 2020, comprising almost half of its total £113bn of open book assets under administration.
The number of deaths registered in England and Wales for week six of 2021 was 27% higher than expected, down from 52% higher than expected in week five of the new year.
Corners were cut in the 2015 introduction of pension freedoms which have left pension savers vulnerable and suffering, according to Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Stephen Timms.
Registration for the inaugural Sustainable Investment Festival is now open.