Catherine Howarth has been an appointed as an ambassador for the Transparency Task Force (TTF)
Marjorie Ngwenya has been appointed as president-elect of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
Hymans Robertson and Spence & Partners were among those to receive the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' (IFoA) quality assurance scheme (QAS) accreditation.
Helen Ball looks at the key issues for trustees of defined contribution schemes.
Frank Curtiss has stepped down as head of corporate governance at RPMI Railpen after 25 years to take his retirement.
Aegon is reducing or simplifying charges for over 600,000 contributing members of workplace schemes, according to its independent governance committee (IGC).
A person dedicated to fighting for pensioners is still needed according to research from PP.
Action must be taken to tackle the increasingly large gap in performance of auto-enrolment (AE) providers, according to a report by ShareAction.
A majority of respondents say the Chancellor's change of mind is only temporary.
Fiona Matthews looks at the industry’s key governance concerns.
The independent governance committee (IGC) for Royal London has recommended a number of ways for the provider to improve value for money in the first chair's governance statement.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and the Occupational Pensions Defence Union (OPDU) have joined forces to encourage good governance in UK pension schemes.
Trustees must be confident the new chair governance statements are accurate to avoid future liability, writes PP.
The master trust market has grown rapidly in recent years but does face challenges says Daniel Shaw and Alison Guy.
DGFs have proved popular but trustees need to consider all angles says Jonathan Reynolds
Changes to defined contribution scheme (DC) governance over the last five years have not improved member outcomes, according to 61% of pension managers and trustees in a survey.
Women who are most vulnerable to changes in the state pension should not receive help from the government to make transitional arrangements according to PP research.
Sackers has elevated Georgina Jones to partner and Katharine Swire to senior associate in the law firm's pensions team.
Potential changes to pensions tax relief was ranked as the leading challenge to pensions in 2016 by a quarter of readers polled by Professional Pensions.
Atlas is the latest master trust to be awarded the Pension Quality Mark (PQM) Ready standard.
The Society of Pensions Professionals (SPP) has published two standardised reporting statements to help trustees and independent governance committees (IGCs) comply with recently-introduced governance requirements.
There is considerable uncertainty over how the new DC governance rules fit in with the existing framework, finds Stephanie Baxter
Measuring value for money is difficult because it is completely subjective but there is a way forward, finds Stephanie Baxter
The chief executive of Royal Mail Pension Trustees has urged pension funds to work together more and called for smaller schemes to appoint joint chief investment officers (CIOs).