Investment consultant Redington has launched a global analytics and scoring system to compare pension provisions across various defined benefit and defined contribution schemes.
Members of the Visteon pension fund have accepted a £28m settlement with former employer Ford over losses suffered when the scheme entered the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The trustees of Ford's three UK pension schemes have appointed Punter Southall to provide daily estimates of their liabilities.
Jack Jones looks at former Visteon workers' five year campaign against Ford
Ford has offered to top up the pensions of former Visteon workers in a bid to end a long-running dispute which had been due to reach the High Court later this year.
Ford is to tell the Labour party how it has developed strong family friendly policies to support its workers and benefits the business.
Unite is balloting more than 5,000 Ford workers over strike action in a row over job security and pensions.
Pensions minister Steve Webb is to meet representatives of Ford Motor Company to discuss the plight of ex-workers who transferred their pensions to Visteon.
MPs will debate whether Ford should recognise a duty of care to its former employees who transferred pensions to the Visteon UK pension fund next week.
An activist looks at what the Visteon protesters have achieved on the campaign's fourth anniversary
MPs have demanded Ford compensates former employees who suffered pension losses after the collapse of Visteon and claim the manufacturer set up the spin-off firm to fail.
Ford Motor Company has offered retired members of its US defined benefit pension scheme lump sum payments in order to reduce its liabilities, according to reports.
An all party parliamentary to investigate the failure of the Visteon pension scheme, set up by MP Stephen Metcalfe, has achieved formal recognition.
Ford workers are to vote on plans to strike in protest at the car maker's intention to close its final salary pension scheme to new joiners.
More than 200 ex-Visteon workers have descended on Parliament to demand the restoration of their pension rights on the third anniversary of the collapse of their former employer.
A group of MPs have tabled a parliamentary motion urging the government to ensure Ford meets the pension losses of former Visteon employees.
Ford has clashed with unions over plans to shut its UK defined benefit scheme to new members.
The union-based Visteon pension legal challenge, which accuses Ford of providing employees with misleading pensions advice, will be heard in October or November next year.
Pension campaigners will meet with Euro MPs next week to discuss the fall-out from the collapse of car parts manufacturer Visteon.
Campaigners for Visteon workers who lost their pensions when the car parts manufacturer collapsed have taken their fight to the European Parliament.
Visteon campaigners will descend on parliament on Tuesday to mark the second anniversary of the firm's demise and put pressure on former employer Ford over pensions.
Ford workers are threatening a national strike over plans to uprate future payments for Ford Pension Fund members by the Consumer Prices Index.
Unite has issued details of the legal action it is taking against Ford over the pensions advice it gave to former employees.
Jenna Towler discusses the challenges ahead for the Visteon victims