Xafinity Punter Southall has appointed Wayne Segers as head of Punter Southall Transaction Services ('PSTS').
The buy-in and buyout market is on course for a record-breaking year as demand continues to rise amid attractive pricing. Victoria Ticha looks at what to expect
The Former Registered Dock Workers Pension Fund has completed a £725m buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) in what is believed to be the biggest deal so far this year.
KPMG has promoted James Riley and David O'Hara from director to partner within its pension team as part of its annual review.
The proportion of schemes using independent advisers to appoint a fiduciary manager has risen to 60%, according to KPMG's 2017 survey.
Family business specialist Western Pension Solutions (WPS) has named Jon Sharp as a director as it seeks to establish a base in the north.
Girish Menezes has been appointed head of pensions administration by Premier, joining from KPMG where he led the administration business for 18 months.
This week's top stories were a ransomware attack on TPR, and the new pensions minister being urged to tackle outstanding policy issues.
KPMG has appointed Pat Race as a partner in its pension investment advisory team.
Helen Morrissey gauges industry reaction to TPR's investment guidelines for defined benefit schemes
Trustees of an industry-wide charity pension scheme have completed a £70m buy-in with Aviva, which will flip into a full buyout with the insurer over the next 12 months.
Now Pensions has appointed Redington to provide independent investment consultancy services, replacing KPMG after a full tender process.
The trustees of the Cancer Research UK Pension Scheme have signed a £250m pensioner buy-in with Canada Life, bringing the insurer into the mid-range de-risking market.
KPMG's 2016 fiduciary management survey reveals more schemes are seeking independent advice but raises concerns about increasing hedging levels as the sector continues to expand. Stephanie Baxter reports.
With demand for bulk annuities predicted to reach £350bn by 2026, supply may not be able to keep up, which could push up pricing. Kristian Brunt-Seymour looks at whether it is an issue and what it means for schemes.
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
The scrapping of Project Thor to save British Home Stores cannot be blamed on pension regulation, according to the watchdog's chief executive Lesley Titcomb.
Mortality studies are increasingly seen as a method for trustees and companies to better understand scheme membership life expectancy. Kristian Brunt-Seymour explores how this can help companies make better financial decisions.
KPMG has introduced a longevity projection model used by insurers to help improve its understanding of the future risks of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes.
While LDI has been a helpful risk management tool it must adapt to a world where yields have yet again fallen to record lows and prospects for growth assets have deteriorated. Stephanie Baxter reports
While the market volatility and falling gilt yields in the aftermath of the EU referendum is bad news for DB schemes, they could actually benefit from more attractive buy-in and buyout pricing. Kristian Brunt-Seymour explores which schemes could benefit...
Stephen Crosbie has been promoted to protection director at Aegon UK.
The combined deficit of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes has hit £900bn following Britain's historic decision to leave the EU.
The amount of hedged defined benefit (DB) liabilities grew to £741bn by the end of 2015 according to KPMG.