This week's top stores included coverage of eight promotions made by Hymans Robertson, as well as PTL becoming a standalone business after completing a management buyout.
CMS has named Mark Grant as head of pensions as the law firm completes its tripartite merger with Nabarro and Olswang.
Philip Goss has been made partner by Linklaters which takes effect from 1 May 2016.
PP finds potential political interference in the LGPS on divestment decisions is causing concern.
LGPS funds will be reclassified as retail investors, which could lead to a major asset sell-off, increase costs, and restrict what they can invest in, finds Stephanie Baxter
Anne-Marie Winton has been appointed a partner at recently-established firm, ARC Pensions Law.
Governments have been making pensions simpler since 2002, so why are they more complicated than ever?
Will it be nth time lucky?
Two trustees have been ordered to pay £193,000 into the Pilkington Tiles Pension Scheme after they moved surplus funds from the trustee bank account to the sponsoring employer.
It's been four years since the end of the Bridge Trustees case and the legislation it prompted is now in effect. Pádraig Floyd looks at what schemes should do to ensure they are compliant.
Would Pennywise the clown scare some sense into retirees?
John Hanratty and Jayne Firth have joined Nabarro from DWF to establish a pensions team in its Sheffield office.
Pension scheme administrators are set to come under greater scrutiny from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) as it builds on its ‘fit and proper' powers.
Industry figures have called for a bill preventing the use of corporate directors to include an exemption for pension trustee companies.
Trustees affected by the changes to the definition of money purchase have until 31 March to update The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and submit their first valuation.
PP examines how schemes can seek redress for poor advice
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has rejected a complaint against the trustees of the Baptist Ministers' Pension Fund alleging they failed to highlight the debt obligations of the sponsor.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has dished out £658,298 on its most expensive legal battle in over two years, PP can exclusively reveal.
A High Court judge has confirmed that administrators are on the hook for errors resulting from problems with automated systems.
Regulatory amendments drawn up to protect the benefits of UK workers whose overseas employers go bust have been drawn too narrowly to help in future cases, lawyers warn.
Ibstock Pension Scheme must pay the additional £140,000 Pension Protection Fund (PPF) levy it received after submitting erroneous data in 2011, says the PPF Ombudsman.
Naomi Rainey looks at the latest in the fight over DB closures
Pensions minister Steve Webb has confirmed the government will explore changes to Pension Protection Fund (PPF) rules to help employees of companies which operate in other countries as well as the UK.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has appointed 23 firms to its restructured legal panel and named a "core panel" of three which will provide the majority of its legal advice.
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has published a draft code of practice for data controllers, including pension scheme trustees, on conducting privacy impact assessments (PIA) before undertaking data exercises.