Michael Klimes examines what additional obligations money laundering rules introduced in June may put on schemes
Jonathan Stapleton looks at why and how the London Stock Exchange Group conducted a sectionalised merger of its two main pension schemes.
2016 was a big year for pensions in the courts, but the coming months already have a number of potentially game-changing cases lined up. James Phillips explores the cases to watch
As public sector pension schemes battle against discrimination claims, James Phillips explores whether private sector schemes should be prepared
Defined benefit (DB) trustees should make greater use of the flexibilities within regulations, The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) chief executive has said.
Jay Doraisamy has been appointed pensions partner in the London offices of Mayer Brown.
Amending scheme rules to allow for discretionary increases provided an "elegant solution" to the indexation debate, according to the Airways Pension Scheme's (APS) leading counsel.
The Pensions Ombudsman will participate in more appeals where there is a wider public interest, but how far will the service go? James Phillips reports
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
Eversheds has been appointed to provide legal advice to the trustee of the P&O Pension Scheme, with effect from May 2016.
Rebecca Shahoud looks at an upcoming case
The Pensions Institute has called for urgent action after its research found one in ten defined benefit (DB) schemes would "never ever" pay benefits in full.
From time to time trustees may find one of their advisers has made a mistake. Claire Carroll and Richard Bacon highlight the key issues that need to be considered if you are considering legal action.
Kirsty James and Andrew Worthington have been made associates at Sackers, taking the firm's total number of lawyers to 51.
Aon Hewitt has launched a charged custody account targeted at defined benefit (DB) schemes to act as a "buffer" in preventing trapped surpluses.
Helen Morrissey looks at suggestions for finding common cause in the pensions world
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2015.
The twin regulatory regime governing the pensions landscape could end up confusing scheme members over their at-retirement choices after April, experts say.
Substituted investment funds could come under the remit of the charge cap that comes into force in April because they are not actively chosen by members, lawyers have warned.
Eversheds consultant Anthony Arter has been confirmed as the next Pensions Ombudsman (PO) and Pension Protection Fund (PPF) Ombudsman.
The government has named Eversheds consultant Anthony Arter as its preferred candidate to replace Tony King as Pensions Ombudsman.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has issued final rules for the local pension boards in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
PP examines a loophole that could leave DC members with no compensation if an insurer collapses
PP looks at government plans to improve LGPS governance