The Border to Coast Pension Partnership has selected Northern Trust as to provide third-party administration and depositary services ahead of the looming April deadline for pooling.
Hymans Robertson has appointed Michael Abramson as a partner and risk transfer specialist to grow its risk reduction offerings.
The newspaper publisher is offering a one-off upfront £41.2m cash payment and £29.2m deficit recovery plan for the Northern & Shell defined benefit (DB) schemes as part of its planned acquisition.
Frank field is a good thing for pensions and the government will make the necessary legislative changes to allow CDC, according to industry
Gig economy workers could become eligible for auto-enrolment pensions as result of a consultation launched by the government in response to the Taylor Review.
Transparency and anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller is planning to sue the FCA over its approach to MiFID II, claiming the regulator is not taking a firm enough approach to ensure asset managers comply with the new rules.
After a year of stellar growth, investors are concerned the global economy will not be able to sustain momentum. Stephanie Baxter looks at some of the latest economic predictions
George Currie says policy-makers and industry stakeholders must find ways to help the 12 million people who are under-saving for retirement
UK equities closed the year at an all-time high, putting the seal on a good year for the stock market, according to S&P Dow Jones.
All 6,000 UK schemes had a surplus of £358bn by the end of last month when calculated under a best estimate return on their assets, according to First Actuarial.
Andrew Warwick-Thompson says in Port Talbot we are witnessing the detrimental impact of extending Freedom and Choice to DB schemes
Steve Webb says a Resolution Foundation report offers a surprisingly positive outlook for incomes of future pensioners, but warns we are not out of the woods yet
After a year of stellar growth and stubbornly high valuations, asset bubbles may forming that could lead to market corrections. Stephanie Baxter looks at what 2018 has in store
The UK could face a retirement income crisis due to a lack of joined-up policy, according to research by the Pensions Institute. Stephanie Baxter takes a look at the findings
Tim Sharp says as the conclusion of the government's AE review approaches, we must start asking more fundamental questions about what sort of pensions system we are building
As Budget day approaches, Jonathan Stapleton says while meddling in pensions may offer an easy way to raise some cash, it must be resisted
Sorca Kelly-Scholte says steady but low growth will keep rates historically low, while markets are likely to tumble at some point over the next few years
The Bank of England has raised rates for the first time in 10 years on a gradual path towards normalisation. Stephanie Baxter explores whether this will give schemes a reprieve from low yields
David Weeks says bringing more trustees up to standard through outreach work would be a good first move to tackle the underperforming 'underbelly'
The school of thought that says there is no sustainability problem with defined benefit (DB) schemes is based on assumptions very far off from what actually happened over the past three decades, according to Cardano's chief executive officer.
Con Keating says the mutuality of CDC schemes is viable, and they can deliver attractive pension benefits over the long term
This is the first year since 2007 that all 35 OECD countries are growing but concerns remain over the US and China. Market corrections could be just around the corner, writes Charlotte Moore.
David Harris says the UK still has much to do on pension reform and appears out of step with the global direction of DC.
Tim Sharp says the government's plans to increase the state pension age to 68 from 2037 is an absurdly crude mechanism for forcing people to work longer