This week's top stories included the ombudsman's ruling that wording in the Local Government Pension Scheme rules did not allow it to retain a fraudster's pension.
Harry Harper has been appointed head of buy-ins and buyouts in the investment consulting division of JLT Employee Benefits.
The funding level of defined benefit (DB) schemes improved by five percentage points in March on the back of a reduction in mortality improvements, JLT Employee Benefits has estimated.
More than two years' worth of dividends are needed to plug the £4.7bn defined benefit (DB) pensions deficits for 23 FTSE 250 companies, JLT Employee Benefits research shows.
JLT Group's revenue growth for 2016 was slightly hampered by poor performance from its UK and Ireland employee benefits arm in the first half.
Mark McNulty has left State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) to join JLT Employee Benefits as head of investment solutions.
Consolidating DB schemes could prove a solution for small schemes with significant deficits, but how can the UK move ahead? James Phillips reports
This week's top stories included reports that the Pensions Regulator and Sir Philip Green may be close to a deal over the BHS pension schemes.
The UK's 350 largest companies ended January with an aggregate defined benefit (DB) deficit of £108bn on an IAS 19 basis, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
Consolidation of defined benefit (DB) schemes could cut pension costs by more than £500m a year, a JLT Employee Benefits report says.
There are big questions about currency hedges when sterling has fallen so significantly since Brexit. Schemes should revisit that hedge and prepare for further volatility, says Stephanie Baxter
The top 100 UK companies should forego 2017 dividend payments to open new avenues to scheme de-risking, JLT Employee Benefits has said.
The aggregate deficit of FTSE 350 defined benefit (DB) schemes more than doubled in 2016, causing funding levels to plummet 10% in 12 months.
Sponsoring employers are being too cautious amid low interest rates and missing out on advantageous de-risking opportunities, according to analysis by JLT Employee Benefits.
John Breedon has been appointed head of defined benefit (DB) client strategy at Xerox HR Services as it looks to expand the business.
Private sector defined benefit (DB) schemes saw a small improvement in their funding ratios in November after a year of market turmoil.
JLT Employee Benefits has been added to the National Local Government Pension Scheme's (LGPS) Framework for administration support services.
The corporate pensions market has changed radically over the past five years. Jonathan Stapleton asks a range of industry experts what now makes a gold standard offering to employees.
FTSE 350 scheme deficits rose by a modest £3bn over September after months of significant growth, which saw them almost triple since February.
The cost of defined benefit (DB) schemes sponsored by FTSE 100 companies could double from £7bn to £14bn per annum by 2019, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
As the issue of DB deficits continues to cause headaches, Charlotte Moore looks at how they can be dealt with.
JLT Employee Benefits and Alpha FMC have been chosen to help develop the business case for the Brunel Pension Partnership (BPP) investment pool.
Nick Buckland has been named as a senior investment consultant at JLT Employee Benefits, after leaving Dorset County Council.
FTSE 350 companies may need to reconsider whether to pay dividends after the total deficit has climbed to £207bn by the end of August.