More than three-quarters of pensions and restructuring lawyers believe the regulator's 'clearer, quicker, tougher' approach is having an impact on their clients, a PwC survey reveals.
A rarely-used insurance product guarantees the payment of DRCs in the worst-case scenario. James Phillips asks if it is appropriate for DB schemes
Jonathon Land says 'wait and see' is no longer an option and trustees should be proactive to ensure they are on a robust footing ahead of 29 March
A decade on from the investment bank's collapse, James Phillips looks at the crisis' impact on the industry and where schemes are today.
The ability of FTSE 350 companies to meet their defined benefit (DB) pension obligations is at its highest level in the last decade, PwC analysis says.
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.
The UK's 350 largest listed companies are becoming increasingly unlikely to be able to meet their pension obligations, PwC research has suggested.
An agreement has been reached on how to compensate members of the Nortel pension scheme after years of negotiations since the company went bust in 2009.
PwC's Jonathon Land says understanding covenant strength is vital as trustees approach tough funding discussions
Deficits in FTSE350 pension schemes are at the lowest levels compared to the financial strength of their sponsors since before the last recession, according to PwC.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of The Pensions Regulator in the Nortel/Lehman Brothers legal challenge.