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Link Fund Solutions (LFS) has agreed to sell "a significant portion" of the stricken LF Equity Income fund's holdings to US firm Acacia Research Corporation for up to £223.9m.
The UK has moved up one place in this year's Natixis Global Retirement Index (GRI) - seeing improvements in health and wellbeing dragged down by performance of retirement prospects in general.
Crest Healthcare and its managing director have pleaded guilty to misleading The Pensions Regulator (TPR) about enrolling employees into a workplace pension.
The Pensions Institute says the aviation sector's constant evaluation of mistakes to improve safety should be applied to pensions. Stephanie Baxter considers the report's findings
KPMG has introduced a longevity projection model used by insurers to help improve its understanding of the future risks of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes.
Employers are increasingly realising they have a responsibility to change employee behaviours around health and wellbeing. Nick Martindale looks at the steps they can take.
Nick Martindale looks at why annual benefit windows are becoming increasingly anachronistic in a 24/7 world and assesses the challenges and benefits for employers offering more frequent updates.
Industry expert Richard Walsh,explains what is holding up the changes and when employers can expect an answer.
Workplace benefits saw some significant points within chancellor George Osborne's 67 minute long Autumn Statement that could have a major impact on benefits budgets.
Admiral Insurance is using its Ministry for Health to help improve employee health and wellbeing.
Mental health services are to receive an additional £600m in state funding in a drive by the government for more people to have access by 2020.
Three in five (61%) adults fear they will not be able to pay the bills if they become ill with cancer.
The government has been urged to introduce a mandatory period of paid leave for carers as a report reveals their unpaid efforts save the state £132bn a year.
Researchers at the University of York have found that computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT) does not substantially improve depression outcomes compared with usual GP care alone.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally found that a lack of price competition is "harming customers" after re-examining private healthcare in central London.
Many Britons may be unknowingly suffering severe health conditions or at a high risk of developing such problems.
The shock insurance premium tax (IPT) rise is likely to hit healthcare benefits hard. WSB's expert panel discussed how to mitigate the impact.
The IPT rise means healthcare benefits are likely to become an increasingly expensive commodity for businesses. Kristian Brunt-Seymour considers the options are available to reduce their burden.
The rise in insurance premium tax (IPT) was a shock to many with workplace health benefits. Hear WSB's panel discuss how your organisation can tackle the increase and maintain healthcare coverage.
Aviva Health and Vitality Health are forming a joint venture company in a bid to tackle rising private healthcare costs.
Over a quarter of employers (27%) plan to signpost absent employees towards Fit for Work (FfW) in the absence of GP referrals.
Admiral is introducing a voluntary option to the company's private medical insurance (PMI) scheme following requests from staff to widen the benefit.
Macmillan Cancer Support and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) have issued guidance for supporting staff with cancer at work.