Top stories this week included TPR getting tough on master trusts, a £1.6bn de-risking deal, and fiendishly complicated plans to simplify the state pension. Here's what you might have missed.
The planned sale of Aga has been dubbed a win for the trustees of its deficit-ridden DB scheme but Stephanie Baxter finds this is just the start of the journey.
Mergers and acquisitions sit at the aggressive end of the financial jungle: the sums are larger, the strategies rougher, the payoffs higher.
A recent ruling classing early retirement benefits as the responsibility of the acquiring company in an asset deal will add "cost and uncertainty" to mergers and acquisitions, Mercer says.
CANADA - Canadian pension funds kept mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the country afloat in the third quarter, according to PwC.
This month the panellists discuss the quality and quantity of stock we can expect banks to bring to market, yield compression in secondary properties, REITs, and the progression of ESG policies