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.
PP research provides experts' verdicts on the Budget and investment risk
The pension industry's reaction to the lack of policy in the Autumn Budget has been a mixture of relief and disappointment.
Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'
Investment Association: Brexit talks must go 'beyond political jostling' for the sake of asset management
The Brexit negotiations are too legal and should cultivate a process of "conscious uncoupling" to protect the asset management sector, the Investment Association (IA) says.
LTA will rise to £1,030,000
Expat pensioners may not receive their entitlements if no deal is reached in the Brexit negotiations, the Treasury select committee has warned the Chancellor.
Two in five European institutional investors, including pension funds, are hoping to increase their commercial real estate allocations over the next year, according to BrickVest research.
There is still huge uncertainty over the outlook for Brexit. Charlotte Moore looks at what this means for schemes and how they should prepare.
The government will introduce a new bill to implement the European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into British law, it has announced.
The accounting position of FTSE 100 defined benefit (DB) schemes has worsened from a £12bn surplus to a £17bn deficit over the last 10 years despite mammoth contributions.
Brexit-related uncertainty and low bond yields have weakened the UK's retirement system, with the nation slipping in 2017 global rankings for retirement security.
Volatile gilt yields saw the estimated average defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) transfer value fall by £9,000 over June, Xafinity has said.
The UK's 350 largest listed companies are becoming increasingly unlikely to be able to meet their pension obligations, PwC research has suggested.
This week's top stories include interest in various ministerial appointments and what the election result means for pensions policy.
The total deficit of defined benefit (DB) schemes improved marginally, latest Pension Protection Fund (PPF) data reveals.
The combined force of a more heavy-handed regulator and market conditions in a post-Brexit world will cause some defined benefit (DB) trustees to put greater demands on their scheme sponsor, Barnett Waddingham predicts.
Political uncertainty is back after the shock general election result, with the markets pricing in a softer Brexit. Watch out for the impact on sterling and gilt yields, warns Stephanie Baxter
The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.