Frank Field will return to the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) as chairman following the general election, it has been confirmed.
Volatile gilt yields saw the estimated average defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) transfer value fall by £9,000 over June, Xafinity has said.
This week we want to know whether you think pensions would be worse off if the government had never had a specific pensions minister.
The Conservative Party has abandoned dropping the triple lock on the state pension in order to secure a confidence and supply deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
The hung parliament means planned measures to mitigate scams will be kicked down the road, the industry has told PP.
The Conservative minority government has set out its plans for a bill to merge the Money Advice Service (MAS), The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Pension Wise.
Guy Opperman has been named as parliamentary under-secretary for pensions and financial inclusion following the post-election reshuffle.
PP research shows government polies on triple lock and state pension age review are most likely to fall away.
A "period of stability" for the state pension age is needed and so the government should postpone any increase decision, the union Prospect has said.
Richard Harrington has been reshuffled into the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) following last week's general election.
This week we want to know which single Conservative policy on pensions is most at threat from the result of the election.
Political uncertainty is back after the shock general election result, with the markets pricing in a softer Brexit. Watch out for the impact on sterling and gilt yields, warns Stephanie Baxter
David Gauke has been appointed work and pensions minister in Theresa May's first reshuffle since the general election which lost the Conservative Party's majority.
The UK has awoken to shock news that the Conservative Party has failed to secure an overall majority, leaving the future government hanging somewhat in the balance.
Introducing a flat rate of tax relief at 20% could save the Treasury up to £13bn, according to calculations by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).
The People's Pensions's Darren Philp says he is "disappointed" at the lack of vision in the political party manifestos for General Election 2017 - and urges the industry to lay down the gauntlet of reform at the feet of the next government.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has promised to put pressure on the next government to extend automatic enrolment (AE) to the self-employed and low paid.
The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.
This week we want to know which of parties that have published their manifestos have the best pension policies, and if you have changed your mind on Brexit.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
The Liberal Democrats' pledge to review the pension tax relief system with an aim to introduce a flat rate has received a lukewarm response from pension professionals.
The Conservative Party has unveiled its manifesto for the General Election 2017. Here are the pension pledges in full...
The Liberal Democrats have promised to launch a review of pensions tax relief with an aim of introducing a single rate if they win the snap general election.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is set to establish and lead an interim phase of the pensions dashboard project to ensure it does not lose 'momentum' during the election.