There will be "ups and downs" for employers in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) as it carries out its 2019 valuation against the backdrop of the cost cap suspension and the McCloud judgment.
GAD report paints 'grim picture'
Former nuclear workers are urging the government to honour pension promises they claim were made when the industry was privatised two decades ago.
The government must find other ways to work out how to set the state pension age (SPA), says Adrian Boulding.
The National Audit Office has published its report into government failures to provide appropriately valued lump sums for some 34,000 police and firefighters - leaving some members waiting 15 years for their full entitlement.
MPs are to debate the quality of advice given to pensioners that transferred into a defined benefit (DB) scheme set up after part of the UK's nuclear industry was privatised.
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) believes complaint procedures are so complex they deter many from making complaints.
Henry Tapper says caps are unpalatable, but necessary if the industry won't sort itself out
HM Treasury has appointed the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) Martin Clarke to replace Trevor Llanwarne as government actuary.
The government will not change the basis on which Government Actuary's Department (GAD) tables are formulated for income drawdown according to the Autumn Statement.
The Government Actuary's Department (GAD) will suspend certification for council contractors ahead of the Local Government Pension Scheme's (LGPS) new benefit structure.
Helen Morrissey asks if increasing the drawdown limits is wise
The government has commissioned the Government Actuary's Department to review income drawdown tables.
Cemlyn Foulkes explores the details of the LGPS overhaul