This week's top stories include Marsh and McLennan Companies agreeing to buy JLT, and the home secretary calling for AE to be scrapped in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
UK inflation unexpectedly rose to 2.7% in August, beating analysts' expectations of a drop to 2.4% from 2.5% the previous month.
Hyperbolic discounting and political temptation: Why Brexit-fuelled AE reversal would be a 'monumental' mistake
The home secretary has suggested AE should be scrapped in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Darren Philp explains why this would be misguided
This week's top stories included the government admitting that expatriate pensioners across the UK and EU may lose access to their pensions if Brexit negotiations conclude with no deal.
More than 300,000 pensioners may lose access to their pensions if the UK is unable to agree a Brexit deal, the government has conceded.
The proposed cold-calling ban may be ineffective if a collaborative regulatory approach between the UK and the European Union (EU) is not maintained post-Brexit, the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has warned.
Mike Amey of PIMCO explains why there is a lot more to the UK outlook than Brexit, important though it is.
Nine in ten respondents said around 160,000 pages of legislation is too much
MPs have again been warned that it may become illegal to pay private pensions to expat Britons if the government fails to secure a Brexit deal.
The government has backed down from its calls for mutual regulatory recognition post Brexit and will now push for a deal that will see UK and EU financial services firms' access to each other's markets scaled back when the country leaves the bloc.
The Treasury Committee has written to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to ask for publication of analysis on the impact leaving the European Union is likely to have on the regulator.
Brexit is likely to have a significant impact on UK schemes' funding and investment strategies. Wayne Fitzgibbon and John Gething look at what trustees can do to prepare
Stephanie Baxter says there needs to be a balance between rolling out the pensions dashboard as soon as possible and getting it right
In this week's Pensions Buzz, we wanted to know whether geopolitical risk will increase or decrease over the next six months, and how Guy Opperman has performed as pensions and financial inclusion minister over his first year in the post.
The EU must "stick together" amid Brexit challenges as a strong economy is needed to provide pensions, Pensions Europe chairman Janwillem Bouma says.
The Pensions Regulator has suffered what some critics call an 'annus horribilis'. James Phillips looks at how the watchdog has responded in its latest corporate plan.
Independent governance committees (IGCs) may see their remit expanded to include reporting on social investing issues under Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans unveiled in its business plan today.
Outgoing Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chairman John Griffith-Jones has set out four key challenges for his successor Charles Randell when his five-year term in office commences on 1 April.
Catherine Howarth says unlike the EU, our own policy-makers have been cautious in seeking to make the financial sector useful to Britain's environmental and social goals
Held rates at 0.5%
Shadow pensions minister Alex Cunningham has resigned from his post, his office has confirmed to Professional Pensions.
The Brexit deal on the Irish border is heavily vested in trade and security needs, but it also poses problems for cross-border scheme members, James Phillips writes.
The pensions and financial inclusion minister has rejected suggestions that the government is dominated by Brexit discussions and has no time to deal with pensions issues.