Former Association of Consulting Actuaries chairman Adrian Waddingham has been awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list for services to the actuarial and pensions professions.
Jack Jones talks to Bill Galvin
The National Audit Office has opened an investigation into The Pensions Regulator's handling of the defined contribution industry.
The Pensions Regulator director June Mulroy has announced she is stepping down from her role at the watchdog after seven years.
Andrew Short interviews The Pensions Regulator's June Mulroy at the NAPF annual conference.
Governance failings across the nation's hybrid schemes are putting member benefits at risk, The Pensions Regulator warns.
The Pensions Regulator is determined to ‘get under the skin' of the country's 1,700 hybrid schemes to ensure they are properly monitored.
The Pensions Regulator has promoted Stephen Soper and Charles Counsell to members of the board, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has confirmed.
The Pensions Regulator believes it would be "very odd" for it to impose regulation on very small, member-directed DC schemes but said it still expects them to have good governance.
There is an "overwhelming consensus" among the industry that costs in defined contribution schemes should be clear, simple and comparable, The Pensions Regulator says.
Defined contribution schemes are lagging behind defined benefit plans on governance, but 96% of schemes believe their trustee boards are governing effectively or very effectively, research shows
The Pensions Regulator has published a five-step guide to help trustees of smaller schemes raise administration standards.
PP speaks to TPR executive director June Mulroy about admin
June Mulroy explains why the industry must get it right on admin
The Pensions Regulator and the National Insurance Services to the Pensions Industry have joined forces to help schemes bring down the cost and duration of winding up.
A fifth of trustees never meet with their administrator and are failing in their duty to monitor scheme data quality, The Pensions Regulator says.
The Pensions Regulator has launched an education drive to highlight the importance of administration in enabling good outcomes from pensions saving.
The Pensions Regulator has overhauled its senior management team and their responsibilities to give defined contribution and auto-enrolment greater importance.
The Pensions Regulator has appointed more than 600 independent trustees to troubled pension schemes over the past two years.
TPR business delivery director June Mulroy explains why it is taking so long for some schemes to wind up
The current time it takes for pension schemes to complete the wind-up process is "Dickensian", The Pensions Regulator says.
The Pensions Regulator is urging trustees and administrators to adopt a tool that will speed up reconciliation of data in contracted-out pension schemes, by up to two years.
The EMI Group has narrowly avoided a hearing before The Pensions Regulator's determinations panel after agreeing a £197m funding deal with the scheme trustee.
The Pensions Regulator is facing a backlog of post-credit crunch funding disputes as trustees and companies attempt to plug scheme deficits.