Around three-fifths of respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz backed the view that trustees should take a proactive approach to engage with members when they are seeking to transfer out of their defined benefit (DB) scheme.
A decade on from the investment bank's collapse, James Phillips looks at the crisis' impact on the industry and where schemes are today.
A decade after the crisis, Rory Murphy says the industry must embrace the same approach to consumer engagement that is benefitting innovators in banking and retail
Pension schemes have been forced to rethink and reshape by the courts over the last 20 years. James Phillips looks back at the most impactful cases
Widely expected by industry
Judges in the US and Canada have rejected attempts by Nortel bond holders to overturn a ground-breaking decision in favour of members of the collapsed telecom company's pension scheme.
Top stories this week include concern over proposals to force schemes to sign the Stewardship Code, the end of a six-and-a-half year legal wrangle, and four escalating fines from TPR.
Lehman Brothers Pension Scheme has secured a £675m buyout with Rothesay Life, ensuring that all members will get their pensions in full, six and a half years after its sponsor went bust.
As the six-year saga is finally settled, we recap of how events unfolded
Natasha Browne examines whether this has set a precedent
Members of the Lehman Brothers Pension Scheme will receive their benefits in full after a £184m settlement was reached in the six-year legal battle that followed the firm's bankruptcy.
Pension Protection Fund (PPF) chief executive Alan Rubenstein has been appointed to the supervisory board of Dutch asset manager Robeco Group.
A judge has ruled The Pensions Regulator (TPR) may issue multiple contribution notices to Lehman Brothers companies that exceed the value of its scheme's section 75 (s75) debt.
Once Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy the global financial crisis quickly unfolded. Here's our timeline of events.
The Court of Appeal has upheld an Upper Tribunal ruling against a group of Lehman Brothers firms fighting to be excluded from a financial support direction (FSD) issued by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The UK's top judge, Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, will next month decide whether pension schemes should retain "super priority" status in insolvencies.
The High Court has ruled against a consortium of 38 Lehman Brothers subsidiary companies fighting to be excluded from financial support directions by The Pensions Regulator.
The Pensions Regulator has spent nearly £3.2m on external barrister fees over the past two years, with one-third of those costs spent on one legal case alone, figures show.
Kenneth Trench looks back at how collective silence among City professionals gave Maxwell free rein to gamble with the savings of thousands of pensioners
The Court of Appeal ruling in the Nortel/Lehman case means ordinary workers could see redundancy and notice pay extinguished by a pension scheme ‘super creditor', a lawyer says.
Hannah Brenton examines the effect of market volatility on the employer covenant and looks at whether the area faces increased scrutiny from The Pensions Regulator.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of The Pensions Regulator in the Nortel/Lehman Brothers legal challenge.
Sebastian Cheek's view on Nortel/Lehman
UK/CANADA/US - The Court of Appeal today heard the final day of argument in the case between the administrators of Nortel and Lehmans and the UK Pensions Regulator.