The Labour party has appointed Jack Dromey as shadow pensions minister, replacing Alex Cunningham who resigned last month.
Shadow pensions minister Alex Cunningham has resigned from his post, his office has confirmed to Professional Pensions.
Pension providers should be required to pay out lump sums and other pension benefits to members before they reach minimum pension age in cases of ill health, MP John Mann has said.
The government needs to take "decisive action" and make provision for collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes, the shadow pensions minister has argued.
Michael Klimes takes a look at what politicians said about pensions at this year's party conferences
Respondents say starting contributions from an earlier age will benefit workers at retirement.
This week we want to know how effective Workie has been in engaging employers with their auto-enrolment duties and will Guy Opperman still be pensions minister at the end of this parliament.
Respondents criticised the party's pledge to allow women born in the 1950s to access the state pension early.
Labour will call for collective defined contribution (DC) schemes in order to protect savers against longevity risk and costs, the party has announced.
This week we want to know if it was right to introduce Freedom and Choice and how likely it is tax relief will be cut in the November Budget.
Shadow pensions minister Alex Cunningham says the FCA's final report on the asset management market is a turning point and urges the government to take action
The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.
This week's top stories include coverage of the political party manifestos ahead of the snap general election, and Tata Steel nearing a deal for the British Steel Pension Scheme.
Labour peer Lord Hutton has said there is nothing positive to say about his party's manifesto, which makes a "delusional" pledge to freeze increases in the state pension age.
The industry has reacted with concern after Labour revealed its plans to increase income tax, maintain the state pension age at 66, and impose new taxes on investments.
Labour has formally unveiled its general election manifesto - confirming pledges to amend the Takeover Code to protect pensioners, protect the triple-lock and give those overseeing the LGPS full trustee status.
A snap general election is looming, with Theresa May's announcement in April sending party headquarters into overdrive as they scrambled to piece together manifestos. Here is what we know so far…
This week's top stories included coverage of Labour's leaked manifesto and a settlement being reached in the long-running Nortel Networks saga.
PP research reveals lack of confidence in politicians to develop sensible policies.
The leaked draft of Labour's general election manifesto includes a raft of pension proposals, including plans to amend the Takeover Code to protect pensioners and a pledge to enable the development of large efficient pensions funds. Read the proposals...
Labour's proposal to raise income tax for higher earners could result in industry "horror" with the annual allowance taper being slashed by £70,000, Hargreaves Lansdown has warned.
With political parties drawing up their manifestos for the snap general election, James Phillips explores the industry's greatest desires for the future of pensions
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called for the triple lock on the state pension to be maintained by whoever wins the general election.
Failing to commit to retaining the triple lock could cost the Conservative Party more than a third of votes from people aged 55 and over, a survey has revealed.