Angela Rayner has been named shadow pensions minister by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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Helen Morrissey speaks to a panel of industry experts about the results of the recent general election and what it means for UK pension schemes and their sponsors.
Former shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont has been hired by Aberdeen Asset Management to the newly-created role of head of retirement savings
Danny Vassiliades looks at some of the factors affecting gilt yields right now.
The single state pension which will come in from April 2016 should not be undermined by devolution of powers to different parts of the United Kingdom says Steve Patterson.
Those in the pensions industry calling for a period of consolidation could be disappointed, finds Michael Klimes
Lord Keith Bradley has been made shadow pensions spokesman by Labour.
Lord Hutton believes the next three years will see "extraordinary change" for the local government scheme. Stephanie Baxter reports
There are better ways to improve the local government pension scheme (LGPS) than merging it into one big sovereign wealth fund, according to Labour peer Lord John Hutton.
New pensions minister Ros Altmann has outlined her primary objectives in the role, including safeguarding the retirement ‘freedoms' that were introduced last month.
Helen Morrissey takes a look at a truly surprising election result and hopes the new pensions minister will take time to develop a plan
Malcolm McLean pays tribute to former pensions minister Steve Webb
After a disastrous night for Labour and the Liberal Democrats, we are several steps closer to knowing the identity of the next pensions minister.
The industry has thanked pensions minister Steve Webb for his contribution to pensions after he lost his parliamentary seat in yesterday's general election.
Two employment ministers lost their seats as part of a shocking general election result which upset all the pre-election polls.
Pensions minister Steve Webb and shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont have both lost their parliamentary seats as a result of yesterday's General Election.
Robin Ellison reveals his master plan for pensions reform
Can the press really influence the election?
Equity markets began to share the pain of a sharp sell-off in European sovereign debt yesterday, with the FTSE 100 dropping 1.7% in early trading and bond yields spiking once more.
Guy Freeman says rising rates could be the silver lining for companies with defined benefit schemes
As the UK prepares to elect the next government Helen Morrissey asks for a period of consolidation for pensions.
Professional Pensions takes a look at what will feature in the next government’s pensions policy
The ACA’s David Fairs says the latest proposals from politicians will make pensions less attractive