This week's top stories included British Airways agreeing a settlement with the trustees of one of its schemes nearly six years after litigation was initiated.
It has been almost six years since British Airways (BA) launched legal action against the trustees of its Airways Pension Scheme (APS) for unilaterally awarding a discretionary benefit to members.
Members of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) are set to receive boosts to their pensions after long-running litigation between the scheme's trustees and British Airways (BA) has ended.
A groundhog year kicks off as many of 2018's biggest court cases return on appeal. James Phillips rounds up what trustees should keep an eye on.
This week's top stories included exclusive coverage of The Pensions Regulator's plans to require schemes to use professional trustees.
Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) have been granted permission to use more than £1m of scheme assets to fund an appeal over discretionary increases.
As a hectic 2018 draws to an end, Jonathan Stapleton wishes readers a quieter 2019.
This week's top story was British Airways' Airways Pension Scheme completing a £4.4bn buy-in with Legal & General, the market's largest ever single transaction, making 2018 a record year for bulk annuities.
Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) have confirmed they will appeal to the Supreme Court over a recent Court of Appeal judgment striking down their ability to award discretionary increases.
The British Airways sponsored Airways Pension Scheme (APS) has completed a £4.4bn pensioner bulk annuity buy-in with Legal & General.
Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) will not make a firm decision on whether to appeal the Court of Appeal's judgment on discretionary increase payments until September.
This week's stop stories including British Airways' pension scheme members demanding a meeting with trustees over the time taken to decide whether to appeal a recent court judgment.
Members of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) have written to trustees demanding a meeting over why they have not yet decided whether to appeal the recent Court of Appeal judgment, PP can reveal.
Jonathan Stapleton says sponsors are likely to consider whether trustees can be challenged on their use of discretionary powers, following the British Airways ruling
Stephen Richards says the 'paymasters' principle is likely to be scrutinised closely in light of British Airways' landmark win in the Court of Appeal.
This week's top stories included coverage of the Court of Appeal's judgment in the latest instalment of British Airways' five-year battle with its trustees.
British Airways (BA) will not have to pay a £12m discretionary benefit its trustees had unilaterally granted, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
Trustees would have limited role in scheme governance if their duties simply include applying the employers' remuneration strategy and always seeking consent for other changes, the Court of Appeal has been told.
Concluding that the purpose of a pension scheme is not simply to apply the employer's preferred remuneration strategy would result in trustees becoming "paymaster", the Court of Appeal has been told.
British Airways and one of its schemes' trustees are set to argue over the purpose of a pension scheme, leading to an impactful judgment for DB pensions. James Phillips explores the issue
British Airways (BA) has opened a 'flexible' defined contribution (DC) scheme, offering a range of contribution rates and the ability to take cash payments in lieu of a pension.
Breaking the closed-loop thinking in pensions is possible if we can change our collective mind-set, according to David Blake and Matthew Syed
A number of pension issues will be battled out in the courts over the course of this year. James Phillips rounds up the cases to watch out for and the potential consequences for the industry
This week's top stories included calls for a national pensions debate to discuss investment strategies, and Xafinity's plans to acquire some Punter Southall businesses.