Consultants, trade bodies, and professional societies across the pensions industry have responded relatively positively to guidance from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) that has today signalled a clear start for defined benefit (DB) scheme consolidation...
There are many reasons why trustees may need to complete a benefit rectification exercise. Faye Jarvis explores the key considerations in these instances.
Key players in the Dock Workers Pension Fund tell James Phillips the tale of getting to endgame ahead of plan
The trustees of the £3bn Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund (MNOPF) have secured £1.6bn of members’ pension benefits through a buy-in transaction with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
Trustees don't usually think about financial sanctions. But Edward Brown says they should be aware of the issue and take steps to minimise risks.
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has appointed seven further governors to join over 100 already in post.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has amended draft no-deal Brexit regulations to remove a provision which would have made scheme investments illegal.
The government has outlined how scheme investment regulations would be changed in the event of a no-deal Brexit. James Phillips explores the impact.
Hogan Lovells sets out what pension funds need to do for equalising guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP) in light of the landmark Lloyds judgment.
Edward Brown says the Pensions Ombudsman's maladministration ruling against the Northumbria Police Authority for its handling of a transfer out of the Police Pension Scheme is an 'uncomfortable' decision.
The Nortel Networks UK Pension Scheme will boost benefits for members and leave Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment, nine years after the collapse of the US-based telecommunications company.
As the government considers reviewing where schemes rank in insolvencies, James Phillips explores how likely it is for schemes to be able to recover debts and if change is needed.
The government has indicated it may change the order in which debts are recovered during an insolvency, putting pension schemes higher up the hierarchy.
All past and current members of three Pirelli defined benefit (DB) schemes have had their benefits insured through buy-ins worth £100m with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
The Former Registered Dock Workers Pension Fund has completed a £725m buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) in what is believed to be the biggest deal so far this year.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
Members of the Nortel Networks UK Pension Scheme are due to receive more than £1bn after a settlement was agreed in a long-running court battle across two continents.
Claire Southern looks at the issues trustees must be aware of around cyber-security
Claire Southern thinks we need a new way of addressing defined benefit deficits
Blockchain is a technology which has received a lot of hype in financial services. It has started to touch banking but has yet to affect pensions. Michael Klimes investigates what it has to offer
A consultation into capping early exit charges for occupational pensions has revealed how "torturous and more opaque" the system is compared to personal pensions.
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.
The Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) has elected Hugh Nolan as president effective from 1 June, succeeding Duncan Buchanan who is stepping down.
PP looks at what how to stop people being forced to work and save until their 80s.