Every month, several firms issue trackers of the aggregate defined benefit (DB) scheme funding position. See here for the March 2019 estimates on the various measures…
Debenhams' defined benefit (DB) pension schemes will be "carrying on as usual" despite the department store chain falling into administration, the trustees have confirmed.
JP Morgan Securities has reported the highest gender pay gap of any UK firm working with occupational pension schemes in 2017/18, PP analysis finds.
UK pension schemes have been asked to participate in a European-wide stress test despite the departure from the European Union being expected imminently.
FTSE 100 companies are falling short in reporting workforce issues despite increased public scrutiny and regulatory focus on disclosure, research by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) and the High Pay Centre reveals.
Steve Webb says the sooner government as a whole, and HMRC in particular, has the bandwidth to return to the domestic agenda, the better it will be
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has begun issuing top-ups to the benefits of members affected by the compensation cap after last year's landmark court ruling.
Susan Martin says building strong foundations for business are the only way forward as the pensions industry is radically shaken up
Some 36% of trustees and pension directors are reconsidering the way they offer pension benefits in light of master trust authorisation, according to LifeSight.
Concern about the potential impact on employer covenants has been rated the top risk for defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to a PTL survey.
Pension funds are falling short in negotiation, reporting, and position monitoring when investing in private equities, Efront's first limited partner (LP) proficiency survey has revealed.
We have gone well past the brink of things not being good and the last 10 years have turned out to be so different relative to what was reasonably predicted, according to Paul Johnson.
Scottish Widows' Catherine Stewart says women have come a long way, but more action is needed to close the gender pensions gap.
Attendees at a Trades Union Congress (TUC) conference have endorsed a Prospect motion which called for action to tackle the gender pension gap.
The industry is at a "brink point" where there is an opportunity to gain savers' trust in the financial system or risk losing them, according to Richard Butcher.
TPR has set out specific guidance for trustees and employers with schemes approaching a valuation. Kim Kaveh looks at the details of its annual funding statement.
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.
Sponsors and trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes with 31 March valuation dates need to discuss their options given the clash with Brexit, according to Aon.
Roger Gray says schemes must consider the benefits of investing in alternative assets.
David Weeks says there is a mismatch in superfunds that claim to be member friendly but then exclude member representation from their governance
Some of the UK's biggest pension schemes will be forced to report on climate risk in line with recommendations from the Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
The People's Pension has revealed plans to overhaul its charging structure, cutting fees and returning profits to members with an aim to help people save more money for retirement.
On balance the asset class is well-positioned for 2019, according to Eaton Vance
Aegon's acquisition of Blackrock's defined contribution (DC) business has "significantly improved" its market position leading to a "strong pipeline for potential contract wins", the provider has said.