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.
This year has been a tumultuous one for pensions but Helen Morrissey believes we need to take the time to learn lessons from what has happened.
Respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz see the BHS saga as a touchstone for fundamental issues at play in the pensions sector.
Amid reports ministers could be granted public interest powers to interfere in company takeovers to protect schemes, Stephanie Baxter asks if it would really help prevent another BHS.
The Pensions Regulator chief executive Lesley Titcomb was asked whether assets such as Sir Philip Green's yachts could be seized in an attempt to resolve the BHS Pension Scheme deficit. This is what she said…
Almost one in ten company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) have resulted in the firms falling into administration within three years, according to an accountancy firm.
Helen Morrissey thinks the regulator will need to show its teeth in the BHS saga.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will make companies meet their pension obligations earlier and will not be bounced into agreeing bad deals, Andrew Warwick-Thompson has said.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has begun formal enforcement action against a number of key protagonists and companies involved in the British Home Stores (BHS) saga.
IAS 19 is the accounting standard many sponsors use to make disclosures about their defined benefit schemes in their records. But a report from Lincoln Pensions argues IAS 19 is not good enough. Michael Klimes investigates.
Only nine clearance applications relating to corporate transactions were made to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) in the 2015/16 financial year, data has revealed.
Automatic enrolment (AE) needs better marketing to ensure that opt-out rates do not increase in the years ahead, the pensions minister has said.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will consider giving The Pensions Regulator (TPR) additional powers should they be needed, pensions minister Richard Harrington says.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has moved closer towards demanding mandatory clearance of corporate transactions in certain circumstances.
Paul Duffy puts forward a radical option to help small and medium sized businesses struggling with legacy defined benefit schemes
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has pledged to change the law so members' pensions are protected during takeovers, if Labour is elected at the next general election.
Journalist Anthony Hilton's recent article on pension deficits has prompted a lot of debate. Dan Mikulskis puts forward his view.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) does not need additional powers to do its job properly and legislators should avoid knee-jerk legislation, according to a lawyer.
Anna Rogers asks if we are giving members the right information on their defined benefit schemes.
What questions should trustees be able to answer if they find themselves in front of a select committee?
An appearance in front of the Work and Pensions Committee can be a gruelling experience. Darren Redmayne and Richard Farr give their tips on how to handle it
Helen Morrissey asks if the size of DB deficits will dampen investment in UK companies.
Charlotte Moore looks at some of the issues that could affect UK schemes as we move towards exiting the European Union