Capital Cranfield has hired Peter Thompson and Fiona Stark as professional trustees in response to strong demand from pension funds.
Maurice Oldfield - a former chairman of both the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association and the European Federation for Retirement Provision - has died at the age of 87 following a long illness.
Ethical investing has been strengthened by the European Parliament's economic and monetary affairs (ECON) committee, which approved the Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP) II Directive by 47 to three votes.
PLSA's new chair tells PP why tax relief uncertainty is damaging our savings culture
Industry groups must speak with one voice to get politicians’ attention
The majority of the industry is behind the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) decision to put pot follows member on the back burner.
A former pension scheme boss says the the NAPF rebrand was long overdue
Pensions must be made simpler to appeal to ordinary savers, according to Lesley Williams, incoming chair of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
The NAPF answers 10 questions about its decision to rebrand as The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association - including what was wrong with the existing brand and how it will change in the future.
Just one in ten people exploring retirement options has considered turning to Pension wise, according to research from the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).
Proposed government changes to pensions tax relief threaten to turn pension revolution to "pension implosion" according to outgoing NAPF chairman Ruston Smith.
It's time trustees paid more attention to top-up schemes
More than one in three schemes that use a fiduciary manager has no formal process to review their relationship according to an annual survey from Buck Consultants at Xerox.
Flat-relief welcomed, EET to TEE rejected
Practical help for DC trustees
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has appointed Frank Johnson as chair of its defined benefit (DB) council, and Richard Butcher as chair of its defined contribution (DC) council.
Companies are not disclosing vital information about the workforce despite it being a clear driver of long-term sustainability. Stephanie Baxter finds out why it is a concern.
Five stories you might have missed: Insurers merge, ISAs beat pensions, blue chips cut contributions
Top stories on PP online this week include the merger of Just Retirement and Partnership, the rejection of upfront tax relief, and a 50% drop in deficit contributions.
Ruston Smith on a tumultuous two years, and the challenges ahead
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has appointed Ed Wilson as investment director following a recruitment drive to establish an in-house investment team.
Reconciliation is going to be an expensive nightmare for the LGPS
As the government unveils plans that would effectively force local government pension funds to pool their investments, Stephanie Baxter looks at what could be in store.
New PMI president Kevin LeGrand talks to Helen Morrissey about how the body can continue to meet the needs of the industry.
Savers with the smallest defined contribution (DC) pension pots are struggling to access freedom and choice, the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has warned.