PP research shows sector believes investment consultancy should be probed.
Online fraud has become the most commonly reported crime across England and Wales, yet the government, law enforcement agencies and the industry overlook it, the National Audit Office (NAO) warns.
The National Audit Office has published its report into government failures to provide appropriately valued lump sums for some 34,000 police and firefighters - leaving some members waiting 15 years for their full entitlement.
A series of system and communication errors led to delayed pension payments to civil servants after administration was moved to MyCSP, a National Audit Office (NAO) report says.
A report from the Public Accounts Committee urges DWP to monitor auto-enrolment closely as the industry grapples with small employers and low earners, Michael Klimes finds
Two thirds of people are receiving employer contributions of less than 4% according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
UK pensions look good in theory but the system could turn out to be alarmingly fragile. Michael Klimes finds out why
There is no certainty of when taxpayers will be paid back the loan which was made to establish the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST), the Public Accounts Committee has found.
Auto enrolment (AE) would be easier for small employers if the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) was the default provider and had been from the outset, says Mike Cherry.
Automatic enrolment (AE) has been more successful than expected yet the industry cannot be complacent says the National Audit Office (NAO).
United Utilities has revealed plans to close its defined benefit scheme to future accrual, says GMB.
The government has extended a payment scheme for Equitable Life policy holders to mid-2015 and is due to launch an advertising campaign to encourage more policyholders to come forward.
The transformation of MyCSP from a government agency to a mutual joint venture was hampered by complexity and poor data, the National Audit Office (NAO) has found.
Three quarters of participants were unimpressed by the government's apparently fractured approach to pensions policy.
The government and pensions industry have made no real progress in preparing people for the reality of retirement, PTL says.
Government policies aimed a reducing the liability of the state for supporting people in retirement could fail due to being managed across different departments, auditors suggest.
The Treasury has admitted destroying a disc which contained the details of 350,000 Equitable Life victims' names and addresses.
The National Audit Office has refused to sign off fully the 2011-12 Civil Superannuation accounts, which report the results of the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme.
Taxpayers could be exposed to substantial losses from government guarantees on infrastructure projects designed to attract investors like pension funds, the National Audit Office warns.
Jack Jones reflects on calls to merge TPR and the FSA
Government must choose between a stronger regulatory system or a cheaper one, argues Jonathan Stapleton
The government has been urged to consider merging The Pensions Regulator and Financial Services Authority after a National Audit Office report condemned the current system of DC regulation.
Government should use its powers to limit charges on schemes that qualify for auto-enrolment, says TUC.
Here are the 14 key findings from the National Audit Office's report on the regulation of defined contribution schemes.