This week's top stories included coverage of Sir Philip Green's agreement to pay £363m into a new pension scheme for former British Home Stories (BHS) workers.
Much of the industry has praised the regulator for striking a deal with Sir Philip Green over the BHS schemes and expressed a degree of relief.
A scheme to allow British Home Stores (BHS) members to avoid large cuts through the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) could be the first to be assessed under new levy calculations.
The landmark agreement between the regulator and Sir Philip Green over British Home Stores (BHS), which will enable members to avoid the Pension Protection Fund (PPF), has been welcomed by the trustees.
The Pensions Regulator has published a 'quick guide' to the settlement reached with Sir Philip Green. Here are the key points in full…
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has reached a deal with Sir Philip Green over the British Homes Stores (BHS) pension schemes.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has urged the government to introduce new extra duties on big private companies and directors to prevent another BHS failure.
Frank Field has praised the appointment of a specialist counsel by the Insolvency Service (IS) as part of its enquiry into the demise of British Home Stores (BHS).
This week's top stories included reports that the Pensions Regulator and Sir Philip Green may be close to a deal over the BHS pension schemes.
A provisional deal between Sir Philip Green and The Pensions Regulator over the BHS pension schemes could be just 'days away', a Sky News report says.
It has been just over six months since Arnold Wagner was appointed chairman of the £23bn Pension Protection Fund. He talks to Helen Morrissey about the key lessons learned during 2016 and how the fund is looking to the future
Andrew Palmer looks at why employer covenant is an increasingly important issue for schemes
The Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) decision to appoint an administrator for British Home Stores (BHS) independent of Sir Philip Green has been "vindicated" says Frank Field.
Administration costs for British Home Stores (BHS) are £1.3m higher than estimates given last June according to documents published by the Work and Pension Committee (WPC).
Claire Southern thinks we need a new way of addressing defined benefit deficits
This year has been a busy one for the pensions industry. Professional Pensions looks at what happened between March and June
This week's most-read stories included coverage of the Pension Schemes Bill in Parliament, a warning for scheme administrators to prepare for changes in data submission, and the cost of The Pensions Regulator's probe into BHS.
PP Online takes a look at the top 20 feature articles of 2016.
The industry has reacted with a mixture of support and scepticism at MPs' recommendations to reform the defined benefit (DB) pension system.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has incurred almost £1.4m of external expenses investigating British Home Stores (BHS) and Sir Philip Green since the investigation started in March 2015.
Here is a summary of the most important points in the Work and Pensions Committee's (WPC) report on governance of defined benefit (DB) schemes.
PP Online counts down the top 20 news stories of the year.
The fallout from the British Home Stores (BHS) saga and the government's forthcoming crackdown on scams will be some of the biggest topics in pensions next year.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has called on the government to consult on giving the regulator new enforcement powers to avoid another British Home Stores (BHS) disaster.