There are increasing calls to review the process for regulated apportionment arrangements, which are still rare. Stephanie Baxter explores the rationale for a more flexible framework.
The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO) has backed the Halcrow Pension Scheme (HPS) trustees after they reduced the level of indexation for transferred-in benefits when members were transferred to another scheme.
Joanna Smith looks at how the Halcrow Pension Scheme was restructured
Claire Southern thinks we need a new way of addressing defined benefit deficits
This week's top stories included coverage of the Pensions Regulator issuing the maximum fine to a professional trustee, ABI's data on pension freedoms, and rising inflation.
Over 2500 members of Halcrow Pension Scheme have agreed to transfer into a new scheme that lowers benefits but keeps them out of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The Halcrow Pensioners' Association (HPA) has withdrawn its Upper Tribunal challenge of the Halcrow Pension Scheme restructuring after facing the threat of spiralling legal costs.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has said there is no legal basis for the Halcrow Pensioners' Association (HPA) to challenge the proposed restructuring of the scheme in the Upper Tribunal.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Halcrow Pensioners' Association (HPA) are disputing a proposed regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) for the engineering company's defined benefit (DB) scheme.
A regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) has been granted as part of the Halcrow rescue plan.
The most popular stories included coverage of the ongoing inquiry into the collapse of British Home Stores, and mounting concerns over the Treasury's takeover of pension policy.
CH2M has warned criticism from the Halcrow Pensioners Association (HPA) over its rescue plan for the Halcrow scheme goes against the best interests of members.
The top stories this week were the Pension Scheme of the Year Award shortlist, the potential effects of the British Steel inflation rule change and BHS.
Proposed plans to curb Halcrow Pension Scheme (HPS) benefits have been called into question by the Halcrow Pensioners Association (HPA).
CH2M has announced proposed plans to curb benefits for the 3,300 members of the beleaguered Halcrow Pension Scheme (HPS).
The Halcrow Pensioners Association (HPA) says The Pensions Regulator (TPR) could have done more to help prevent the scheme's spiralling pension deficit.
Plans to save the beleaguered Halcrow Pension Scheme have come under fire by the association representing some of its members. Kristian Brunt-Seymour reports.
After a solution to save the Halcrow's DB scheme was ruled illegal by the High Court, the trustees are looking at an alternative option. Kristian Brunt-Seymour looks at the case.