Susannah Young looks at how pension schemes should be reacting to impact of the coronavirus crisis on investment-related considerations and discusses steps trustees can take.
As the Covid-19 crisis sees employers seeking changes or suspensions to deficit contributions, Richard Knight looks at how schemes should respond to such requests.
A joint venture between the BAE pension funds and Immobilien Europa Direkt has acquired the Sofitel at Gatwick North Terminal with the help of Schroders.
Key questions are still yet to be answered over how much compensation members receive from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) a year after a landmark court ruling.
Regulations from the government set out plans to remove protections for UK DB schemes hit by an EU employer insolvency. James Phillips explores the details.
The pensions landscape is full of change and opportunity, says a wide-ranging report. James Phillips explores some of the views on the changes afoot.
Collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes could be a "halfway house" for the public sector but will appeal to "very much a minority" in the private sector, Baroness Ros Altmann says.
The Upper Tribunal has ruled in favour of TPR in its long-running dispute with ITV over the Box Clever pension scheme. James Phillips explores the impact of the judgment.
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.
Two Court of Appeal judgments have allowed schemes to introduce a pensionable pay cap. James Phillips explains the reasons why and what to be aware of
Michael Klimes examines what additional obligations money laundering rules introduced in June may put on schemes
A Scottish court has ruled four schemes were validly amended for Barber equalisation in spite of lack of documentation. Stephanie Baxter asks if it could lead to less pedantic judgements south of the border.
Pension scams have been around a long time but, since the new pensions flexibilities were introduced, they are becoming even more prevalent. Alice Honeywill and Elena O'Leary explain how to avoid scams.
Pi Partnership has acquired independent trustee business Temple Trustees from Burges Salmon as the consultancy firm looks to expand.
Trustees in defined benefit (DB) schemes need to act now if they want to preserve the power to refund surplus to employers.
Richard Pettit has been made partner at Burges Salmon, bringing the number of pensions partners at the firm to six.
The verdict will complicate the application of the members’ best interest principle
PP examines how schemes can seek redress for poor advice
A national framework to give local government pension scheme (LGPS) funds easier and cheaper access to legal services has been launched today.
A judge has rejected attempts by former shareholders of Desmond & Sons to withhold documents from proceedings to enforce contribution notices (CNs) issued by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Burges Salmon has made four appointments to its pensions team as Crispin Freeman, Charlotte Osmond, Amy Davies and Stacey Yon join the practice.
Honda's UK pension scheme is facing between £47m and £70m in additional liabilities after the Court of Appeal rejected its case over faulty scheme documents.
The GeoPost UK Pension Scheme has secured a £30m buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) to cover liabilities relating to 645 pensioner members.
Naomi Rainey talks exclusively to Burges Salmon about the case