Lesley Browning doubts whether some, or indeed any, of the proposed powers for TPR would have prevented collapses like BHS and Carillion.
PP looks at hte impact of Innospec vs Walker
The Court of Appeal is set to decide whether a judgment allowing schemes to restrict survivor benefits for civil partners and same-sex spouses is compatible with EU law.
Employers can take comfort
Lesley Browning looks at what the Conservative government means for pensions
PP asks if trustees should be concerned about a probe on their legal duties on climate change risks
Members of IBM's UK defined benefit (DB) schemes will be able to claim damages against the company over the closure of the schemes, the High Court has ruled.
PP looks at the settlement accepted by TPR that won't keep the scheme out of the PPF
As the High Court rules on pension overpayments, PP brings you a guide to handling this tricky subject
The trustee of the Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund (MNOPF) has hedged the longevity risk for £1.5bn of the scheme's members.
Guinness Peat Group (GPG) is set to spend around £18m on legal advice and fees over a two-year period, in its defence against action by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has appointed Julia Ward as an associate to the pensions team in its London office.
The High Court has ruled that companies cannot challenge Pension Protection Fund (PPF) levies based on failure scores calculated using out-of-date information.
The Government Actuary's Department (GAD) will suspend certification for council contractors ahead of the Local Government Pension Scheme's (LGPS) new benefit structure.
Rachel Dalton finds out how reforms will require banks to restructure their schemes
Hannah Brenton investigates the implications of US pension funds’ disinvestment from gun manufacturers
Norton Rose has confirmed it will merge with US law firm Fulbright & Jaworski LLP.
Proposed changes to the Takeover Code designed to give trustees more security could be "meaningless" when applied to hostile takeovers argues a lawyer.
The government must consider regulating independent trustees to prevent another scandal like the £52m GP Noble fraud, lawyers say.
The Pensions Regulator is set to review its regulatory code of practice on scheme funding later this year, PP has learned.
Michael Bow explores TPR's Hugh MacKay intervention
Philip Jelley explains why using a company's shares to satisfy a final-salary pension scheme's debt can prevent insolvency.
The Liberal Democrats could use a coalition government with the Labour Party to force through "penal" tax policies, a lawyer fears.