Lloyds Banking Group has sold its remaining stake in Standard Life Aberdeen following a decision to withdraw £109bn of assets managed by the firm for Scottish Widows.
Obligation for the Asda defined benefit (DB) pension scheme will not be shared between Walmart and J Sainsbury following the merger of their two supermarket businesses, it has been confirmed.
Supermarket giant Tesco has halved its overall defined benefit (DB) deficit after adapting its discount rate calculations to better reflect trends in long-dated corporate bond yields.
The Investment Association's (IA) report on hidden costs and charges has been blasted as "amateurish and totally misleading" in a damning attack from the industry.
The yield on the benchmark 10 year gilt fell to a record low yesterday, dropping below 1.25% for the first time and bottoming at 1.22%.
There has been a significant rebound in the asset values of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes since this week's ‘Black Monday' stock market turmoil.
Helen Morrissey finds there is still plenty of potential for non-compliance
Up to 90,000 employers would be forced to review their defined contribution (DC) schemes if a charge cap was introduced, according to a government impact assessment.
BlackRock has launched a new multi-asset strategy aiming to provide cash outperformance of 6% as competition heats up in the diversified growth fund (DGF) market.
Taha Lokhandwala looks at the debate over target date funds as the market expands
Continuing pressure to bring down charges could lead to a greater trend towards passive management, Society of Pension Consultants president Roger Mattingly says.
The National Employment Savings Trust has cut its allocation to conventional gilts across all 47 of its retirement date funds.
The Treasury is set to re-open its long dated syndicated gilt offering this month, laying out more than £8bn of government loans for direct purchase by pension funds.