Philip Hammond's Spring Statement was empty of any direct pension news as the Treasury sought to avoid major policy announcements.
UK gross domestic product (GDP) is set to grow by 1.2% in 2019, less than the 1.3% forecast in the 2018 Autumn Budget, but the economy will expand over the each of the next five year's, Chancellor Philip Hammond said in today's Spring Statement.
The Spring Statement is likely to be overshadowed by Brexit but there is still much to do in pensions. Kim Kaveh and Holly Roach take a look at the industry's wishlist.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has lost its place on the PensionsEurope board after downgrading its status ahead of Brexit.
Crashing out of the European Union without a deal could push up UK defined benefit (DB) scheme liabilities by £140bn, says Columbia Threadneedle Investments.
We have gone well past the brink of things not being good and the last 10 years have turned out to be so different relative to what was reasonably predicted, according to Paul Johnson.
This week's top stories include news that Aon had launched and then abandoned talks with Willis Towers Watson over a potential merger.
Sponsors and trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes with 31 March valuation dates need to discuss their options given the clash with Brexit, according to Aon.
Holly Roach speaks to PASA's Kim Gubler about the year ahead, how technology is developing to help the industry and the benefits of the pensions dashboard.
Jonathon Land says 'wait and see' is no longer an option and trustees should be proactive to ensure they are on a robust footing ahead of 29 March
Defined benefit (DB) funding levels improved by just 40 basis points during January, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
Treasury launches fresh inquiry into post-Brexit financial regulation as UK enters 'uncharted waters'
The Treasury Select Committee has launched a new inquiry into the future of the UK's financial services once it has left the European Union.
A number of pension schemes have been prompted to lock in gains with a move into bonds after the estimated deficit across FTSE 100 DB pension schemes improved by £36bn, over the 12 months ending 30 June last year, JLT Employment Benefits found.
The government's latest draft no-deal Brexit regulations outline the end of the cross-border regime, but offer no guarantee of protection for members. James Phillips reports.
Industry commentators are expecting markets to remain volatile as uncertainty continues following the historic defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday night.
This week's top stories were the DWP fixing the 'nonsensical' no-deal Brexit investment regulations, and the Resolution Foundation urging the government to cap the pension tax-free lump sum at £40,000.
Despite the gloom around Brexit and all the challenges facing pensions, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Top industry commentators tell Stephanie Baxter why there is cause for optimism
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has amended draft no-deal Brexit regulations to remove a provision which would have made scheme investments illegal.
Crashing out of the European Union without a deal could cause a 37% increase in the aggregate buyout deficit for defined benefit (DB) schemes, says Cardano.
The bulk annuity market is set to grow to historically high levels in 2019 with £30bn worth of deals expected over the year, according to Willis Towers Watson (WTW).
This week's top stories included proposed draft regulations in a no-deal Brexit which would make scheme investments illegal, and Esther McVey's resignation as secretary of state.
The government has outlined how scheme investment regulations would be changed in the event of a no-deal Brexit. James Phillips explores the impact.
Employers whose dividend to deficit recovery contribution (DRCs) ratios fall outside the "normal range" should expect to see higher regulatory scrutiny, although no fixed ratio will be set.
Mike Amey of PIMCO looks at how pension schemes can best navigate and prepare for Brexit over the next few weeks and months