The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.
Wealth manager Rathbone Brothers will close its defined benefit (DB) scheme to future accrual and axe the final salary link after its deficit ballooned following the EU referendum.
This year has been a busy one for the pensions industry. Professional Pensions looks at what happened between March and June
The US election and EU referendum showed how communicating with people on a gut level is an effective persuasion tool. The pensions industry should take note, writes Stephanie Baxter.
The pensions deficit at Whitbread has increased by 40% from March to September according to its latest half-year results.
John Lewis Partnership's defined benefit (DB) deficit has increased to £1.5bn as the company reveals a 15% profit fall for the second half of the year.
HMRC has been wrangling with a recent EU judgement saying DB schemes could reclaim VAT. With Brexit on the horizon, James Phillips explores whether the attempt is futile
Savers in defined contribution (DC) schemes will benefit from Brexit if their investments are truly diversified, says SEI's Ashish Kapur.
While the market volatility and falling gilt yields in the aftermath of the EU referendum is bad news for DB schemes, they could actually benefit from more attractive buy-in and buyout pricing. Kristian Brunt-Seymour explores which schemes could benefit...
As the country comes to terms with last week's shocking Brexit vote, pension schemes face uncertain times ahead for their investments. They should respond cautiously and avoid kneejerk reactions, finds Stephanie Baxter
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
The combined deficit of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes has hit £900bn following Britain's historic decision to leave the EU.
As the UK goes to the polls to decide the country's future EU membership, PP looks at what pension funds should expect under either scenario.
Scammers are using Brexit concerns to try to con people into transferring their pension savings to suspicious overseas schemes, according to Phoenix Group.
The EU referendum will be held tomorrow. The result could have a significant impact on pensions. This webinar - held in association with Pension Insurance Corporation - looks at the issues.
With the referendum on Britain's membership of the EU just two days away, what should pension scheme managers and trustees expect in the event of Brexit? James Phillips reports.
Investors flock to cash and bonds
The most popular stories were plans to slash the British Steel Pension Scheme's liabilities, the launch of an inquiry into the whole DB universe, and how Brexit could reduce the state pension.
Latest ICM telephone poll
Three out of five pension experts will vote to remain in Europe as the 23 June referendum looms, according to research by Mallowstreet.
A ‘No' vote in the EU referendum could be risky for schemes but it would remove the threat of the holistic balance sheet (HBS), says PTL.