This week's top stories included the High Court ruling that guaranteed minimum pensions must be equalised, and Ford offering partial defined benefit transfers to members.
This week's top stories included coverage of the Court of Appeal's judgment in the latest instalment of British Airways' five-year battle with its trustees.
A potentially landmark case has been launched in the High Court as Lloyds Bank seeks guidance on how to address equalisation of guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs).
Lloyds Bank has launched a joint legal bid with its pension trustees and unions to equalise guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) in a move which could cost the industry £20bn.
Industry believes stopping schemes from buying gilts would be a bad idea, PP research finds
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has confirmed it will scrap pensionable pay increases in its defined benefit (DB) schemes from April, netting a one-off saving of £1bn.
Lloyds Trade Union (LTU) members have voted in favour of a ballot on industrial action should Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) freeze pensionable pay increases.
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) will give all staff transferring to TSB a cash payment of 27.5% of annual salary to "compensate" them for losing access to the group's defined benefit (DB) scheme.
Former employees of Lloyds TSB are challenging the company's decision to cap increases in pensionable pay in a dispute that could end up in the High Court.
UK - Members of Lloyds TSB Pension Funds are demanding to know whether the £4bn ($6.25bn) partnership created to plug the schemes' deficits was used to offload "toxic assets".