Only 11 companies in the FTSE 250 provide defined benefit (DB) pensions for a significant number of employees, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
The biggest stories on PP this week include an ombudsman ruling in favour of Standard Life and a PP survey revealing the industry does not think climate change is a financially material risk.
JLT Employee Benefits has hired Tony Pike as head of sales in its investment consulting business.
Inflation measured on the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) increased to 0.6% in the year to July 2016 according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
PP asks seven leading risk reduction consultants about deal affordability, the risk reduction exercises being conducted at the moment and how schemes can prepare for a transaction
JLT Employee Benefits has said it will deliver positive revenue growth this year after a major corporate restructure.
Defined benefit schemes in the FTSE 100 increased their total bond allocation to a record £330bn by the end of 2015.
Duncan Howorth has been made executive chairman of Independent Transition Management (ITM).
What impact has freedom and choice had on the behaviour of those looking to access their retirement savings? Gill Wadsworth takes a look.
David Millar has been appointed head of client communications by JLT Employee Benefits where he will lead a team of consultants and production managers.
Smaller schemes are increasingly looking to benefit from longevity de-risking opportunities offered through swaps and bulk annuities, accordingly to JLT Employee Benefits.
Since de-risking took off at the turn of the millennium, FTSE 100 pension fund bond holdings have increased to a peak of 59% of total assets, writes Stephanie Baxter.
Bond allocations for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes in the FTSE 100 have soared from 49% to 59% of total assets in just six years.
PP looks at how the Just Retirement and Partnership merger could impact market competition.
Deficits in all private UK defined benefit (DB) schemes worsened in March amid low interest rates and a worsening economic outlook.
The nominations are in and the longlist for Pensions Personality of the Year 2016 has been finalised.
The shortfall of defined benefit (DB) schemes has risen from £425bn to £800bn in nine years despite employers trying to plug the gap.
Hugh Nolan has been appointed as a director at Spence & Partners, joining from JLT Employee Benefits where he was chief actuary.
JLT Employee Benefits has appointed Andrien Meyers as a senior investment consultant to help advise the firm's Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) clients.
JLT Employee Benefits has appointed Phil Wadsworth as chief actuary to replace outgoing Hugh Nolan who has left the company.
The end of contracting out could bring transfers to a stuttering halt finds Helen Morrissey.
Total funding levels of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes have improved since January despite volatile markets and low interest rates, according to JLT Employee Benefits.
January’s market volatility gave schemes the opportunity to review whether their DGF is fit for purpose says Charlotte Moore.
Adrian Humphreys has been appointed to lead the health and risk business of JLT Employee Benefits as it looks to beef up services for clients.