This week's top stories were Capita's shares falling by over 40%, and Royal Mail reaching agreement with its union to launch the UK's first collective defined contribution scheme.
1) UPDATED: Capita shares plunge by over 40%; Frank Field intervenes over pension deficit Shares in Capita fell by over 40% this morning after the outsourcing firm announced it had suspended its dividend...
UPDATE: CMA proposes mandatory tenders for FM mandates but spares investment consultant market from widespread change
Investment consultants have been spared a major shake-up in their operations and business models after an investigation by the competition watchdog proposed just a handful of remedies.
Trustees of the 600 Group's defined benefit (DB) pension scheme have agreed to a £201m buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
Anna Genda has been appointed a director for defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution pensions (DC) at Investec Asset Management.
Scammers may be trying to steal savings from workers by falsely claiming to be calling from The Pensions Regulator (TPR), according to a warning from the watchdog.