The story of BHS is one of both outrage and happy endings. James Phillips speaks to trustee chairman Chris Martin and his advisers about the scheme's endgame journey
The government's latest draft no-deal Brexit regulations outline the end of the cross-border regime, but offer no guarantee of protection for members. James Phillips reports.
Defined benefit (DB) consolidator Clara has named its four inaugural providers for legal, actuarial and secretariat advice.
As the volume of transfer value requests grows, trustees must decide whether to take a minimalist or proactive approach with members. James Phillips explores the pros and cons.
The British Airways sponsored Airways Pension Scheme (APS) has completed a £4.4bn pensioner bulk annuity buy-in with Legal & General.
Legal & General (L&G) has entered the small scheme longevity insurance market after completing a £300m longevity swap with a pension fund.
Approximately 9,000 members who transferred to the BHS2 Pension Scheme last year have had their benefits fully insured through a buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
The trustees of the Littlewoods Pensions Scheme have agreed an £880m pensioner buy-in with Scottish Widows.
The Brexit deal on the Irish border is heavily vested in trade and security needs, but it also poses problems for cross-border scheme members, James Phillips writes.
The pensions and financial inclusion minister has rejected suggestions that the government is dominated by Brexit discussions and has no time to deal with pensions issues.
Employers which pay just lip service to their auto-enrolment (AE) duties risk being sued if members fail to receive good outcomes, according to Royal London and Eversheds Sutherland.
Steven Hull and Adam Cohen look at what the UK can learn from the US approach to defined contribution pensions
James Phillips explores how the upcoming judgement in the multi-stranded British Airways case could impact the sector
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