Independent Trustee Services (ITS) has expanded its London office with the appointments of Anna King, Chris Thwaites and Danielle Laffey.
The MF Global UK Pension Fund has left Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment after the scheme's trustees secured a £52m buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has agreed a £440m all-risk buyout for its UK pension plan with Rothesay Life, securing improved benefits for members owing to suitable market conditions.
The Pensions Protection Fund (PPF) has appointed four firms to its newly created trustee advisory panel.
The First Quench Pension Fund has secured a £160m buy-in that will keep the 2,000-member scheme out of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
Lawyers and trustees acting to retrieve £52m removed from nine pension funds during the GP Noble fraud have got back 85% of the missing cash.
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Trustees of the Uniq Pension Scheme have signed a £830m buy-in deal with Rothesay Life.
The scheme at the heart of a legal dispute between trustees and the Pension Protection Fund has finally completed its transfer to the lifeboat fund one year after it went into liquidation.
Independent Trustee Services has added legal and regulatory experience to its board with the appointment of Martine Trouard-Riolle as a director.
Schemes up to £150m facing wind-up are increasingly appointing sole trustees because of difficulties finding member-nominated trustees, Independent Trustee Services says.
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Tony Morris is the fifth person to be charged in the £52m GP Noble fraud case after being extradited from Australia, the Serious Fraud Office confirms.
Uniq has finally reached agreement with trustees in its long-running deficit for equity negotiations, which will see the scheme take control of 90.2% of the firm's shares.
Independent Trustee Services has strengthened its Pensions Protection Fund specialist team with the recruitment of Susan Barber as trust officer.
Former Money Portal boss Tony Morris has had his assets frozen by top Australian judges over his links to the £52m GP Noble fraud case.
UK/AUSTRALIA - Former Money Portal boss Tony Morris has had his assets frozen by top Australian judges over his links to the £52m GP Noble fraud case.
The complex web of fraudulent transactions involved in the GP Noble case has been laid out in court documents.
The Pensions Regulator has issued guidance for trustees on assessing, monitoring and taking action on issues relating to their employer covenant.
The Pensions Trust has appointed Independent Transition Management to implement analysis software to identify data errors and risks.
The High Court has ordered £32m of the missing £52m in the GP Noble fraud to be handed back to Independent Trustee Services.
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