Three Lloyds Banking Group pension schemes have transferred £10bn of longevity risk to Pacific Life Re in the second-largest longevity swap ever.
Jonathan Kennedy has been appointed as director of change and technology at Standard Life Investments and will start work on 29 March in the new position.
The Railways Pension Trustee Company Limited (RPTCL) has appointed John Chilman as chairman.
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UK schemes have joined 60 international institutional investors to sue Olympus for more than £40m over losses caused when the firm's share price plunged after an accounting scandal.
A group of Lloyds shareholders suing directors over the 2008 HBOS takeover will use the LIBOR scandal as further proof they were misled into backing the deal.
Three of the country's largest schemes are in "well-advanced" talks to join a suit against Lloyds TSB directors for misleading investors over the Halifax Bank of Scotland merger.
Resolution has appointed Tim Tookey as chief financial officer of its UK life project, Friends Life.
Tommy Young has been appointed chief operating officer for Aegon UK's life and pensions business.
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Part-nationalised banking group Lloyds and its subsidiary HBOS recouped a combined £1.44bn through changes to pension arrangements this year.