The S&P 500 closed in negative territory again yesterday, down 4.4%, the largest drop since August 2011.
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.
The deficit of defined benefit (DB) pension funds was £200bn at the end of February, according to figures released by PwC's Skyval index, £10bn lower than at the end of January.
The UK's 5,600 defined benefit (DB) schemes saw their funding positions improve by one percentage point over the course of November, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
Two-thirds of FTSE 100 DB schemes invest more than 50% of assets in bonds to tackle investment mismatching, according to JLT research. Victoria Ticha takes a closer look
The combined deficit of the UK's defined benefit (DB) pension schemes rose by 25% to £131bn on an accounting basis during March, JLT Employee Benefits analysis has revealed.
Five schemes sponsored by advertising firm WPP have completed a buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation - insuring £140m of pensioner and deferred liabilities.
FTSE 350 company shareholders face 'significant dissent' as executive pay tops corporate governance issues, The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) says.
This week's top stories included what pension schemes should do following the arrival of MiFID II, and Barnett Waddingham posting a 40% rise in pre-tax profits
This week we want to know if national retirement targets would get people to save more and if you think trustees should take more interest in the use of biometrics in schemes.
Mature schemes must have a strategy in place to ensure they sell their assets in the most efficient way possible.
Private sector defined benefit (DB) schemes saw a small improvement in their funding ratios in November after a year of market turmoil.
The cost of defined benefit (DB) schemes sponsored by FTSE 100 companies could double from £7bn to £14bn per annum by 2019, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
Janice Turner says the debate on executive pay is now becoming mainstream.
The cost and size of pension deficits are increasing which has consequences for trustees, company directors and shareholders. Michael Klimes asks if investors are starting to worry.
Sponsor contribution levels for the FTSE 100 defined benefit (DB) schemes are the highest since 2009 according to an LCP survey.
Total deficits of UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have reached an all-time high for the sixth month in a row, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
UK blue chips up 0.2%
Total deficits of UK defined benefit (DB) schemes reached an all-time high of £341bn by the end of June amid uncertainty over Brexit, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
The combined deficit of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes has hit £900bn following Britain's historic decision to leave the EU.
The total shortfall of defined benefit (DB) schemes increased to £850bn last week as market volatility worsened in response to escalating Brexit fears, according to research.
Defined benefit schemes in the FTSE 100 increased their total bond allocation to a record £330bn by the end of 2015.
FTSE100 companies overall scheme deficits have reduced by over £15bn according to Barnett Waddingham's annual Accounting for Pension Costs by FTSE100 Companies report.
Total deficits of defined benefit (DB) schemes exceeded £300bn for the first time in May reaching record levels, according to JLT Employee Benefits.