Barclays has received final approval for its ring-fencing plans, which controversially involve moving its DB scheme to its investment banking division. Stephanie Baxter considers the judgment
Redington has appointed Natalie Flood and Jonathan Parker as part of wider plans to grow its defined benefit (DC) business.
This week's top stories included the government suggesting it may review the order of creditors in an insolvency event, and Barclays defending plans to move responsibility for its DB scheme to its investment banking arm.
Barclays Bank has defended plans to move its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme to its investment banking arm once it splits in April.
The actuarial funding deficit on Barclays' main defined benefit (DB) scheme has risen to £7.9bn in its September 2016 triennial valuation, following falls in gilt yields.
Ian Scott has joined the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) in a new role as head of investment strategy.
Mercer has made the single "biggest tranche" of appointments to its UK defined contribution (DC) and savings team in two years with 16 external hires.
Katharine Photiou has been appointed as head of workplace defined contribution (DC) product and proposition by Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).
JLT has appointed Charlie Rozes to succeed Mike Reynolds as group finance director.
At the time of writing this we had just heard how four banks pled guilty to conspiring to fix prices and rig bids in the foreign exchange (FX) market. Helen Morrissey asks if the fines levied are enough to bring much needed change.
UK and US watchdogs have fined six global banks more than $5.6bn (£3.6bn) after four of them admitted manipulated foreign exchange (FX) markets.
John Towner has been appointed head of origination for the bulk annuity and longevity insurance business at Legal & General (L&G).
David Weeks says guidance must serve savers, not the industry
The Investor Forum, set up to increase engagement from asset owners and managers, has been officially launched with Simon Fraser appointed chairman.
How demographic pressures could affect future provision
Naomi Rainey says there is more to engagement than curbing excessive pay
Standard Life Investments and F&C Investments voted against Barclays' remuneration report at the bank's 2014 annual general meeting (AGM), as 34% of shareholders opposed its pay packages.
Jack Jones looks at the reasons behind falling economic confidence in the industry
Sending out the message that decent pensions will become unaffordable in the UK as society ages is "irresponsible and almost certainly mistaken", says Barclays European chief investment officer Kevin Gardiner.
The deficit at Barclays' UK Retirement Fund increased 75% in 2013, hitting £1.4bn by the end of the year.
Taha Lokhandwala asks whether pension funds should increase holdings in banks as some show signs of recovery
The value of expressions of interest in the new 55-year gilt launched by the Debt Management Office (DMO) reached £12.8bn within the first hour of trading.
The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF) is targeting Barclays and National Express in its latest governance drive.
Barclays Corporate and Investment Bank chief executive Rich Ricci is to retire from the company, weeks after receiving a £17.5m bonus.