Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has confirmed the government will go ahead with its Budget on 11 March, despite Sajid Javid’s resignation.
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Andrew Bailey has been confirmed as the next Governor of the Bank of England (BoE).
HM Treasury has announced that the government’s next Budget will take place on 6 November, although this depends on the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.
This week's top stories included warnings that defined benefit (DB) transfers could become more difficult for trustees to process after regulatory register changes.
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.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is being pressed to tackle the impact of pensions allowances on the NHS' ability to recruit and retain staff.
Nigel Peaple says the government should set a clear objective for tax relief as the first step in making the system work better for savers
Philip Hammond's 2018 Budget speech was entirely devoid of any mention of pensions, but the documents do include some things for the industry to take note of. Professional Pensions rounds up the eight key Budget plans and shortcomings.
Philip Hammond has failed to address the net-pay anomaly affecting lower-paid earners who are missing out on tax-relief on their pension contributions in today's Autumn Budget.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will launch a consultation on updating the permitted links framework to allow unit-linked pension funds to invest in an appropriate range of so-called 'patient capital' assets.
The government will gradually adopt a version of the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) which incorporates housing costs for pension funds and index-linked gilts, it confirmed today.
The government has rejected the Treasury Committee's call for fundamental and incremental changes to pensions tax relief, noting there is "no clear consensus".
The government needs to boost pension schemes' access to illiquid investments, remedy the net-pay tax relief anomaly, and focus on securing a "successful Brexit" for pensions in its upcoming Budget, says the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA)....
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to announce cuts to pensions tax relief in his Budget later this month in order to raise revenue to pay for NHS funding commitments, according to reports.
Industry heavyweights have urged chancellor Philip Hammond to take action on the net pay pensions tax relief anomaly which affects lower-paid earners.
Around three-fifths of respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz backed the view that trustees should take a proactive approach to engage with members when they are seeking to transfer out of their defined benefit (DB) scheme.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has confirmed he will deliver the government's annual budget on 29 October.
Malcolm McClean questions whether we really need the complex tapered annual allowance, lifetime allowance and money purchase annual allowance at all
Philip Hammond's financial update was empty of any direct pensions impacts as the chancellor sought to trim down the fiscal statement.
Do not expect any substantial pensions policy measures, if anything, in this week's Spring Statement, industry commentators have predicted.
Any further changes to tax relief would undoubtedly add to the cost and complexity of running a DB scheme, says Steve Webb
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will clarify guidance on investments with long-term horizons as part of the government's plans to encourage pension funds to invest more in infrastructure, according to Autumn Budget documents.
Ahead of the second Budget of 2017, industry experts tell James Phillips what they think the chancellor will seek to change on 22 November.
The majority of respondents believe low-paid earners would benefit from a salary exchange arrangement.