The Hitachi Data Systems Retirement Benefits Plan has agreed a buy-in with Legal & General (L&G) Assurance Society, covering both defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) provision.
The government suffered a major High Court defeat after guidance forcing the LGPS to invest in line with UK foreign policy was deemed unlawful. Stephanie Baxter finds it could have far-reaching consequences.
CMS has named Mark Grant as head of pensions as the law firm completes its tripartite merger with Nabarro and Olswang.
Just Retirement and Aliaxis have agreed a £36m medically-underwritten bulk annuity deal in a bid to reduce longevity risk exposure.
As US savers fight their pension schemes over high costs and charges, there is concern British trustees could see similar action. James Phillips reports
Simon Kew and Mark Jenkins have been appointed to the London committee of the Pensions Management Institute (PMI).
The trustees of the Aon Retirement Plan have concluded a buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) for around a third of the £3bn-4bn scheme.
The administration of pension schemes is set to become more complicated under new rules on shared parental leave, which came into effect last month.
PP explains how deflation could affect schemes, and what trustees can do
As trustees prefer for an increase in transfer requests, PP looks at best practice
Natasha Browne examines the latest decisions on pension transfer requests
It's been four years since the end of the Bridge Trustees case and the legislation it prompted is now in effect. Pádraig Floyd looks at what schemes should do to ensure they are compliant.
The MNRPF ruling clears up whether a final salary link means schemes remain open to accrual
How a court ruling on holiday pay could affect schemes
A legal perspective on the latest draft of the European pensions directive
The Total UK Pension Plan has insured £1.6bn of pensioner liabilities with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) in the second largest UK bulk annuity transaction to date.
Insurers and consultants have set up an industry-wide committee to develop a good practice guide for medically underwritten bulk annuity transactions.
The Bentley pension scheme has agreed a deal with Deutsche Bank's Abbey Life to hedge the longevity risk associated with £400m of its liabilities.
Jonathan Stapleton, Editor at Professional Pensions, chairs a debate with expert comment from David Collinson, Pension Corporation; Mike Munro, CMS Cameron McKenna and Mark Duke, Towers Watson, which looks in detail at the reasons for the implementation...
Supreme Court ruling welcomed
Nick Clegg urged shareholders to act "like business owners rather than absentee landlords" in a speech yesterday.
Osborne Clarke has boosted its pensions team with a senior hire from CMS Cameron McKenna.
What the new legislation means
The Bribery Act comes into force on 1 July.