The concept of sole trusteeship must overcome a number of challenges, especially as the model becomes more widespread, argues Paul McGlone
The rise of the sole trustee is a relatively recent phenomenon. Traditionally such appointments were limited to small schemes and windup cases, but they are now growing in larger schemes, with several...
Pendragon's Perspective information service provides pension advisers and practitioners a comprehensive and up-to-date library resource to help them keep on top of the legal and regulatory change affecting the industry. In this update, they list the documents...
Professional Pensions rounds up some of the latest research from across the industry for International Women’s Day 2021.
Have your say: Did the Spring Budget broadly hit the right notes with regards to its approach to pensions?
In this week's Pensions Buzz, we want to know whether you think last week's Spring Budget broadly hit the right notes with its approach to pensions.
A change in the government’s borrowing policy “could boost pension funds” and “save taxpayers billions”, according to Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).
Phoenix Group completed £2.5bn of buy-ins and buyouts over the course of 2020, including a bulk annuity deal with one of its own schemes.