The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) strengthened powers under the Pension Schemes Bill could lead to a revival of its clearance process, according to advisers and lawyers.
DLA Piper's Jane Hannon says the post-Covid workplace provides new challenges when it comes to addressing employee mental health.
Trustees face increasingly difficult issues around handling suspected pension scams. Matthew Swynnerton looks at how the Pension Schemes Bill might help.
DLA Piper has set out a list of key issues for occupational pension scheme trustees and sponsors to consider in light on the Covid-19 pandemic.
The UK will leave the EU on 31 January, Professional Pensions’ expert advisory panel tells James Phillips what pension schemes should now be thinking about.
The Allied Domecq Pension Fund has insured £3.8bn of members’ benefits with Rothesay Life, in the market’s largest deal to cover both pensioner and deferred members.
Professional Pensions' expert Brexit Advisory Panel discusses the key considerations for schemes ahead of the UK's potential exit from the European Union
The government has confirmed the Supreme Court ruling that changes made to the firefighters' and judges' pension schemes in 2015 were discriminatory will now apply to all public sector schemes.
Investment and law firms have the highest median gender hourly gender pay gaps out of nearly 100 pension-related firms reporting, James Phillips writes.
This week's top stories included coverage of the DWP's much-anticipated green paper on defined benefit (DB) regulation, and ARC Pensions Law's plans to open a Leeds office.
Jonathan Stapleton looks at the firms who were advertising in the first editions of Professional Pensions and how the consultancy, asset manager and provider markets have changed over the past 20 years
ARC Pensions Law will nearly double its team later this year when it opens a Leeds office, and takes on a team from DLA Piper.
Pension schemes have been forced to rethink and reshape by the courts over the last 20 years. James Phillips looks back at the most impactful cases
As US savers fight their pension schemes over high costs and charges, there is concern British trustees could see similar action. James Phillips reports
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has shocked pollsters and investors, but what are the legislative and regulatory changes schemes and trustees can expect? James Phillips reports
Women affected by the increase in state pension age from 63 to 66 could access their savings early if they accept lower weekly payments, according to MPs.
As the EU referendum looms closer it is entirely possible the UK could end up leaving Europe. Kristian Brunt-Seymour finds a Brexit could be both good and bad for pensions.
PP looks at whether more could be done to prevent members from transferring out in the first instance?
Natasha Browne examines the latest decisions on pension transfer requests
A national framework to give local government pension scheme (LGPS) funds easier and cheaper access to legal services has been launched today.
Trustees of the Auto Windscreens Pension Scheme have secured a £30m buyout in the latest deal in a flurry of de-risking activity.
Taha Lokhandwala looks at how trustee boards distribute a member’s pot in the case of an untimely death
This month the legal panel describe their areas of focus for the year ahead and discuss pension reform, including their predictions for the pensions minister's next move.
In a recent Professional Pensions story, a lawyer said that the method chosen by the Department for Work and Pensions for equalising GMPs could be challenged. Do you agree?