The lifeboat fund is in a good position despite reserves taking a £0.6bn hit. But the ramifications of the EU judgment on member compensation is an area of concern for CEO Oliver Morley, writes Stephanie Baxter
The lifeboat fund's reserves have fallen by £0.6bn but investment performance weathered significant market volatility, increasing assets under management by £2bn.
The trustees of the Kodak Pension Plan No.2 (KPP2) have said it will likely enter the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) in "due course" after reviewing the scheme's investment in Kodak Alaris.
There are increasing calls to review the process for regulated apportionment arrangements, which are still rare. Stephanie Baxter explores the rationale for a more flexible framework.
A regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) has been granted as part of the Halcrow rescue plan.
CH2M has warned criticism from the Halcrow Pensioners Association (HPA) over its rescue plan for the Halcrow scheme goes against the best interests of members.
Proposed plans to curb Halcrow Pension Scheme (HPS) benefits have been called into question by the Halcrow Pensioners Association (HPA).
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has instructed the Kodak pension scheme to make up the financial losses suffered by a member in a delayed transfer request.
Working out the impact of DB to DC transfers is nearly impossible. Michael Klimes finds out why.
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The Printpack Limited Pension Scheme has taken a majority stake in its sponsoring employer as part of a management buyout of the firm from its American parent company.
Jack Jones talks to the Pension Protection Fund’s new head of insolvency and restructuring Malcolm Weir about the lifeboat scheme’s new approach
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Jack Jones says the new Kodak scheme could still end up in the PPF
A new scheme for members of the Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) will be launched in April 2014 after more than three quarters of members of the current scheme backed the proposal.
The UK Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) has completed its acquisition of the Kodak Personalised Imaging and Document Imaging business from Eastman Kodak Company (EKC) amid praise from The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Just under half of respondents supported the idea of more schemes being allowed to run on after a sponsor enters insolvency. A quarter of contributors rejected the suggestion.
The settlement which saw the Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) take ownership of two of its former sponsor's businesses has been approved by a bankruptcy court in the US.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is considering a review of its plan to become "broadly self-sufficient" by 2030 in light of a deteriorating economic outlook.
Linklater’s Phil Goss and Alasdair Smith ask if Kodak’s settlement with TPR and the PPF will open the floodgates
Trustees of the Kodak Pension Plan (KKP) have launched a new scheme for its 15,000 members after reaching an unprecedented agreement to keep them out of the Pension Protection Fund.
Jack Jones looks at the details of the ground-breaking deal to revive Kodak and keep its scheme out of the Pension Protection Fund
Eastman Kodak is to hand over part of its business to the trustees of its UK scheme in a deal that will release the company from a $2.8bn (£1.8bn) claim to support the underfunded scheme.