2018 has seen the start of some important pension policy trends, which will continue into 2019. Baroness Ros Altmann looks at what is most likely to happen and what still urgently needs to be done.
1. Auto-enrolment (AE) contributions double in April 2019. AE contributions will double again in April 2019, to reach the full 8% of 'band earnings', with high hopes that the behavioural impact of inertia,...
Nigel Peaple sets out the PLSA's focuses for the year ahead.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the pensions lifetime allowance will be frozen at its current rate until 2026.
Tender Watch: Access appoints Minerva for RI review; National LGPS Frameworks launches global custody solution
Professional Pensions rounds up some of the latest tender news from across the industry.
The latest mortality monitor update from the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) shows excess death rates are continuing to fall as the UK passes through the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Spring Budget 2021: Lifetime allowance freeze, flat rate of tax relief and AE review among expectations
The industry has been speculating on what chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce in the Spring Budget, with expectations that freezing the lifetime allowance, the introduction of a flat rate of tax relief, and a review of auto-enrolment (AE) will be among...