The CBI and Aegon have published a joint research report looking at how to quantify the value of pension engagement. Kim Kaveh explores the data
John Cridland has been appointed to lead an independent review of the State Pension age.
The cost of running a defined benefit (DB) scheme is preventing firms from investing, according to research carried out by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Jack Jones looks at the findings from the CBI’s biennial pensions survey
Employers need to be given a defined line between providing information and advice on pension arrangements, a select committee hears.
A Supreme Court ruling permitting firms to retire workers at a fixed age has been welcomed by experts as an important clarification of mandatory retirement laws.
Europe's latest white paper on pension provision has done little to allay fears for UK defined benefit schemes should Solvency II come into force.
Government should cap defined contribution scheme charges to match the existing limits on stakeholder pensions to avoid complaints about ‘mis-selling', the Workplace Retirement Income Commission says.
The Confederation of British Industry has appointed Jim Bligh as head of employment and pensions policy.
Government should address current insolvency laws to stop pension schemes becoming "super-creditors" following the Nortel and Lehman Brothers ruling, the Confederation of British Industry says.
Government must press ahead with the 2012 reforms or risk a crisis of undersaving, the Confederation of British Industry says.
The Confederation of British Industry will back proposals to adopt an annual allowance in its response to the Treasury consultation on higher rate tax relief, PP can reveal.
The Confederation for British Industry is set to back the key principles behind auto-enrolment and NEST in its submission to the independent review body, PP can reveal.
That the Confederation for British Industry is set to back the key principles behind auto-enrolment and NEST in its submission to the independent review body is telling indeed.
The European Commission has launched a Green Paper reopening the issue of solvency standards in pension schemes.
Government proposals to scrap the default retirement age will damage businesses and lead to a surge in costly employment tribunals, the Confederation of British Industry warns.
Government moves to overhaul the section 75 debt regime have fallen short of industry expectations and have been branded a disappointment by employers.
Government plans to stage auto-enrolment will inevitably distort short-term competition between large and small firms, pensions minister Angela Eagle admits.
The confusing nature of UK pensions is damaging competitiveness and could stymie the recovery from recession, top industry figures warn.
UK - The confusing nature of UK pensions is damaging competitiveness and could stymie the recovery from recession, top industry figures warned.
Most UK companies will continue to run final salary schemes in the short-term despite crippling liabilities, research from the Confederation of British Industry and Watson Wyatt reveals.
A large number of businesses have been forced to scrap restructuring plans because of the section 75 employer debt regime, delegates heard.
There are signs the government is meeting some of the challenges facing the pensions industry, the Confederation of British Industry says.
Confederation of British Industry head of pensions Neil Carberry gives the employers' perspective on deregulation and reform following PP's exclusive interview with pensions minister Angela Eagle