Many single-employer trust-based DC schemes will move to a master trust in coming years. Stephen Richards looks at the pitfalls they need to avoid
Robin Ellison says it is not unreasonable for schemes and their trustees and sponsors also to expect an improvement in the tone of regulation
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has ordered a firm to pay back more than £700,000 of pension contributions after it miscalculated the amounts due for more than a year.
Minicab firm Addison Lee has been told its drivers are not self-employed, but are workers entitled to rights which would include pensions.
In this week's Pensions Buzz survey, we want to know whether or not you agree with Lord Myners' opinion that asset owners, such as pension funds, are substantially to blame for short-termism in business.
Mel Duffield says cost disclosure framework is a golden opportunity to make a real difference for savers.
A platform to help pension funds collect and analyse cost data, such as transaction costs, has been launched by Chris Sier, who has played an integral role in the fight for transparency.
The sector has to look after its own reputation and should not rely solely on the watchdog, The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) chief executive says.
Willis Towers Watson's master trust LifeSight has become the first to apply for authorisation under The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) new regime.
Guy Opperman says as contribution rates increase, millions more people will be able to look ahead to retirement with confidence
The pensions watchdog's chief executive speaks to Stephanie Baxter about some of The Pensions Regulator's key priorities during her last few months in post
The Barnardo's pension scheme has been denied permission to switch the inflationary index it uses for uprating pension benefits in a unanimous judgment from the Supreme Court.
Nigel Peaple says the government should set a clear objective for tax relief as the first step in making the system work better for savers
Large firms will follow the postal service's lead on introducing collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes if it works well for management and employees, the pensions minister says.
The industry has broadly welcomed the Department for Work and Pensions' consultation on collective defined contribution (CDC) as a move towards improving retirement outcomes.
The Department for Work and Pensions launched its consultation on collective defined contribution today. Here are the key questions it is asking…
The industry has spent years discussing alternatives to DB and DC. Jonathan Stapleton says this dream is now closer to becoming reality with the launch of a consultation into CDC.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a consultation to "shape future legislation" for collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes.
Sackers has achieved the Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus certifications as the threat to cyber security in the pensions sector continues to grow.
Hogan Lovells sets out what pension funds need to do for equalising guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP) in light of the landmark Lloyds judgment.
The High Court ruling on guaranteed minimum pension (GMP) equalisation may have said various methods were possible but, in practice, schemes will find it fairly easy to implement, legal experts say.
Henry Tapper says the Lloyds GMP ruling will see little benefit for members but profound fees to administrators.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes and the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) are set to receive even less in sponsor insolvencies as the Treasury moves the taxman higher up the repayment ladder.
Jonathan Stapleton says the GMP headache may persist as schemes take action following ruling.