The trustees of the Littlewoods Pensions Scheme have agreed an £880m pensioner buy-in with Scottish Widows.
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2018...
The regulator's increase in headcount increases its focus on member protection. Jonathan Stapleton says this may have a negative impact on sponsoring employers.
The industry is currently focused on the investment risks of DC default strategies. Maria Nazarova-Doyle says the real dangers could lie elsewhere
JLT Employee Benefits has hired Michael Wray as its chief operating officer and director of strategic investment solutions in a bid to strengthen its investment consulting and fiduciary management offering.
The combined deficit of the UK's private sector defined benefit (DB) schemes fell by 40% to £78bn on an accounting basis during April, JLT Employee Benefits analysis has revealed.
The Royal Society of Arts (RSA) has reignited the debate on the introduction of flat-rate pensions tax relief - saying a 30% flat rate would be progressive, cost-neutral and leave three-quarters of earners better off.
The People's Pension has absorbed almost £20m in funds under management after completing the transfer of master trust Your Workplace Pension.
The combined deficit of the UK's defined benefit (DB) pension schemes rose by 25% to £131bn on an accounting basis during March, JLT Employee Benefits analysis has revealed.
A buyout tool which provides schemes with up-to-date pricing and comparisons between insurers has been launched by JLT Employee Benefits.
The combined deficit of the UK's defined benefit (DB) pension schemes fell 15% to £105bn on an accounting basis during February, JLT Employee Benefits analysis reveals.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes ended 2017 with a much-enhanced funding position than at the start of the year, JLT Employee Benefits has recorded.
The aggregate deficit of the UK's defined benefit (DB) schemes rose to £450bn over the course of November, PwC's Skyval index has recorded.
There has been a huge rise in the number of DB to DC transfers since 2015. Stephanie Hawthorne looks at how demand is changing and what these changes mean for schemes.
Ahead of the second Budget of 2017, industry experts tell James Phillips what they think the chancellor will seek to change on 22 November.
The combined funding position of the UK's defined benefit (DB) schemes improved by £50bn over October, PwC analysis suggests.
The disparity in the investment performance of the UK's top 10 defined contribution (DC) default funds is so large that savers in the best and worst funds are seeing a difference in annualised returns of nearly 50%, JLT research reveals.
JLT Employee Benefits has made two senior appointments to boost its investment consulting and fiduciary management proposition, including hiring Mercer's head of investment consulting.
Changing third-party administrators can cause all sorts of issues, including loss of data. Michael Klimes looks at examples of poor transitions and asks if it is a widespread problem
The PLSA's DB taskforce has released more details about its suggested scheme consolidation route, but questions remain about how it would work in practice. James Phillips reports
The collective deficit of defined benefit (DB) schemes decreased by £40bn to £420bn over July, according to PwC's monthly Skyval index.
All UK private sector DB schemes saw a £50bn improvement in funding levels on a funding measure in June, according to PwC's Skyval index.
The private sector's defined benefit (DB) deficit under IAS 19 remained relatively stable over May with the shortfall increasing by just £1bn, but a different measure showed a £20bn fall.
The combined funding level of the UK's defined benefit (DB) schemes stayed stable over April with just a £10bn increase in deficit, JLT Employee Benefits has estimated.