The general election showed an increasing focus on collective over individual interests. CDC could fit right in, says Hilary Salt.
Pension lifeboat funds including the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) cannot be required to pay 100% of benefits, but must ensure members remain above the poverty threshold, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has said.
Taylor Wessing has published a report gauging industry views on challenges associated with pensions restructuring. Kim Kaveh explores the findings
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) will deliver its judgment next month in a landmark case on whether pension lifeboat funds are paying out the right level of benefits.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has begun increasing payments to all pensioner members whose compensation falls below 50% of their pre-insolvency entitlements solely due to caps.
Key questions are still yet to be answered over how much compensation members receive from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) a year after a landmark court ruling.
A historic bid to equalise normal pension ages (NPAs) in the Safeway Pension Scheme should be quashed, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has been advised.
A groundhog year kicks off as many of 2018's biggest court cases return on appeal. James Phillips rounds up what trustees should keep an eye on.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has conceded it does not have "all the data we need to calculate" the impact of last month's ruling that some benefits may be unlawful.
A landmark ruling in the European Court of Justice means the PPF must now revisit how it calculates members' benefits. James Phillips explores the impact.
It is unlawful for the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to provide compensation equivalent to less than half a member's accrued benefits, an advocate general of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) says.
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
The Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) compensation cap and restrictions on annual indexation increases could be at odds with EU law, according to a provisional judgement by the Court of Appeal.
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 finds potential political interference in the LGPS on divestment decisions is causing concern.
PP looks at how legislation on data transfers between EU and US is changing.
A European ruling could force trustees to take radical action on how they transfer member data finds Michael Klimes
PP looks at hte impact of Innospec vs Walker
Employment lawyers are warning that businesses could see an "immediate" significant impact from the travel to work ruling.
Employees who do not have a work base must have the travel to and from their first and last customers included as part of their working time, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.
An employment tribunal has amended the Working Time Regulations (WTR) to ensure that commission is included in holiday pay.
Unite and Unison are preparing campaigns to help employees claim back-dated holiday pay including commission.
Working mothers are not entitled to paid maternity leave if they are receiving a baby through surrogacy under European law, however individual states may go further, a court rules.
Automatically excluding female employees on maternity leave from training programmes is discriminatory, the European Court of Justice has ruled.