The pensions watchdog has been through some testing times and is making significant changes to the way it regulates. Speaking to Stephanie Baxter, Mark Boyle takes stock and looks to the future
Melrose has pledged to contribute up to £1bn to GKN's pension schemes as part of a final offer to acquire the engineering business.
John Gray says we should think about investing more locally, but there are a number of serious practical investment problems to overcome
Breaking the closed-loop thinking in pensions is possible if we can change our collective mind-set, according to David Blake and Matthew Syed
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has revealed it has had a total of 24 meetings with Carillion, and 45 meetings with the trustees since 2008.
High profile corporate failures such as Carillion have left schemes facing significant losses. Andrew Palmer looks at how to avoid such issues in future.
With the AGM season just around the corner, Victoria Ticha looks at what we can learn following the recent collapse of the construction giant
This week's top stories included a Pensions Institute report suggesting the aviation industry's practice of constantly evaluating mistakes should be applied to defined benefit pensions.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is seeking "improved" powers to set a schedule of contributions in defined benefit (DB) schemes in the government's upcoming white paper, it has revealed.
One of the curiosities of Carillion's failure was how shareholders in the firm seemingly failed to notice the firm's demise.
The directors of collapsed construction giant Carillion were "contemptuous" of funding their defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, and "refused to give an inch", Frank Field has alleged.
Richard Butcher says we need proper debate about proposed DB solutions to avoid rushed and ill-thought-out legislation
Research by Hymans Robertson predicts existing options could shrink the DB universe by four-fifths in 25 years' time. Stephanie Baxter explores its predictions
Documents published by two select committees reveal there were warning signs about construction group Carillion's position and illustrate the "chronic underfunding" of the 13 UK defined benefit (DB) schemes.
Most men and women in this week's Pensions Buzz believe sexual harassment is not a big issue in the industry.
The regulatory framework is too restrictive and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is hampered by conflicting objectives, Robin Ellison and Chris Martin told a parliamentary inquiry today.
Carillion trustees received advice in 2012 to implement a progressive dividend policy and put in place other undertakings and support structures but these recommendations were rebuffed by the sponsor, correspondence has revealed.
Colin Meech questions whether an asset manager can act in the best interests of clients who are employees of a company that the same asset manager is shorting
"We must do something, this is something, therefore we must do this," is the politician's fallacy famously expounded by Sir Humphrey Appleby in the BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has told the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) it has launched a probe to decide whether there is any basis for using its anti-avoidance powers with regards to Carillion.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has provided little evidence of hard action despite being aware of problems at Carillion since at least 2008, Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field has said.
UPDATED Robin Ellison: TPR 'decided not to exercise powers' despite trustee concern over Carillion schemes
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) failed to use its powers to force Carillion to pay higher contributions into its schemes despite trustees repeatedly raising concerns over the issue, Robin Ellison has said.
Industry believes regulator should have tighter control over concerning DB transfers to protect scheme members.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) and the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (BEISC) will hold two sessions to probe why Carillion went into liquidation.