Schemes must be aware of the proposed rules on reporting corporate events, or they could face a £1m fine, says Anne-Marie Winton.
Anne-Marie Winton looks at how a proposed Section 75 amendment could help non-associated multi-employer schemes.
As TPR seeks to intervene more often in DB schemes, Anne-Marie Winton looks at how sponsors can avoid getting a red card
2016 was a big year for pensions in the courts, but the coming months already have a number of potentially game-changing cases lined up. James Phillips explores the cases to watch
What were the most read opinion pieces on Professional Pensions over the last 12 months? Here are some of the top pieces from our commentators during the year.
The ombudsman's ruling in favour of the trustees and sponsor in the Kingfisher Pension Scheme case could have huge implications for future cases, writes Michael Klimes
Rosalind Connor has been made a partner by Arc Pensions Law.
A European ruling could force trustees to take radical action on how they transfer member data finds Michael Klimes
Rebecca Shahoud looks at the DWP select committee's report on the biggest shake up in pensions for a generation
PP looks at hte impact of Innospec vs Walker
Schemes will not have to equalise survivor benefits for widowers and same sex partners after an appeal in the Walker vs Innospec case was dismissed today.
Michael Klimes asks if the regulator's cautious approach to funding disputes is adequate
Top stories online this week include a telling decision from the Ombudsman on transfers, negotiations over Tesco's scheme closure and details of a contentious £37bn funding settlement.
Anne-Marie Winton has been appointed a partner at recently-established firm, ARC Pensions Law.
Governments have been making pensions simpler since 2002, so why are they more complicated than ever?
Will it be nth time lucky?
Would Pennywise the clown scare some sense into retirees?
Pension scheme administrators are set to come under greater scrutiny from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) as it builds on its ‘fit and proper' powers.
PP examines how schemes can seek redress for poor advice
A High Court judge has confirmed that administrators are on the hook for errors resulting from problems with automated systems.
Regulatory amendments drawn up to protect the benefits of UK workers whose overseas employers go bust have been drawn too narrowly to help in future cases, lawyers warn.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has confirmed the government will explore changes to Pension Protection Fund (PPF) rules to help employees of companies which operate in other countries as well as the UK.
Jonathan Stapleton on the delayed publication of PPF sponsor insolvency scores
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) will give all staff transferring to TSB a cash payment of 27.5% of annual salary to "compensate" them for losing access to the group's defined benefit (DB) scheme.
Rachel Dalton explores the government’s reforms to rules protecting employees’ benefits