Teachers and doctors could have grounds for a legal challenge against the government for age discrimination if they have been moved to a less beneficial pension scheme, Leigh Day says.
The changes likely to be required in public sector pension schemes following the McCloud judgement could have significant financial consequences for public sector outsourcing contractors, Aon says.
While Amber Rudd will remain in her job as secretary of state for work and pensions, the rest of Boris Johnson's cabinet has experienced a major shake-up.
The lifeboat fund is in a good position despite reserves taking a £0.6bn hit. But the ramifications of the EU judgment on member compensation is an area of concern for CEO Oliver Morley, writes Stephanie Baxter
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) does not know how many people it has fined for breaching pension tax allowance rules, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
The government's auto-enrolment provider NEST is going tobacco-free across all of its investment portfolios after concluding the asset is a "poor investment" for its eight million members.
Forcing company bosses to join the same defined benefit (DB) schemes as their staff could protect pensions better than the threat of prison sentences for scheme mismanagement, Warwick Business School (WBS) has suggested.
The government should invest in a bespoke survey on attitudes to work and pensions to avoid "missed opportunities", a feasibility report has concluded.
A six-year delay in overhauling a pensions rule that penalises the low paid could cut a saver's pension by as much as £12,000, according to the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Savers are being warned by the Insolvency Service to guard their pension pots from investment scammers and negligent trustees as it winds up 24 companies.
The sector has to look after its own reputation and should not rely solely on the watchdog, The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) chief executive says.
The pensions watchdog's chief executive speaks to Stephanie Baxter about some of The Pensions Regulator's key priorities during her last few months in post
The government has rejected the Environmental Audit Committee's (EAC) proposal to make pension fund climate-related financial disclosures mandatory.
Industry heavyweights have urged chancellor Philip Hammond to take action on the net pay pensions tax relief anomaly which affects lower-paid earners.
The government's National Fraud Initiative (NFI) has saved £144.8m over the past two years by helping detect and prevent occupational pension fraud and overpayments.
Tax relief on pension contributions is not an effective way of incentivising saving and the government may wish to consider fundamental reform, the Treasury Committee says.
The government will encourage investors to support social impact programmes by working with the investments and saving industry, it has announced.
Crest Healthcare and its managing director have pleaded guilty to misleading The Pensions Regulator (TPR) about enrolling employees into a workplace pension.
A ban on pension cold-calling will be put into law by June this year after the government introduced amendments to the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill.
Guy Opperman says we need to get people to fall in love with pensions again and give them the tools to achieve a more secure retirement
The pension industry's reaction to the lack of policy in the Autumn Budget has been a mixture of relief and disappointment.
The government has been urged to involve more consumers in the development of the pensions dashboard as YouGov research showed more than 90% have not heard about it.
The government has revealed it will enhance HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) tax registration powers to clamp down on fraudulent pension schemes.
The frequency of potential scams in transfer requests declined three percentage points compared to last year, according to Xafinity.