The Old British Steel Pension Scheme (OBSPS) has agreed a £2bn full buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC), one step closer to exiting Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment.
The PPF's compensation regime has been subject to a number of court challenges. Jonathan Hazlett takes a look at the complexities involved
The Countrywide Farmers Retirement Benefits has secured a £100m buy-in with Legal & General, insuring members’ benefits above Pension Protection Fund (PPF) compensation levels.
As Covid-19 increases the vulnerability of businesses to cyber attacks, Charlie Wedin and Jonathan Hazlett look at key considerations for trustees and pension professionals.
High levels of scheme governance are more pressing than ever during the Covid-19 pandemic. Jonathan Hazlett looks at how trustees can maintain this while working remotely.
Claire Rankin and Brent Wright look at what trustees should focus on 12 months after the introduction of wide-ranging data regulations and TPR's cyber security guidance.
A proposed cap on redundancy payoffs in the public sector could limit early pension payments from the local government pension scheme (LGPS).
A national framework to give local government pension scheme (LGPS) funds easier and cheaper access to legal services has been launched today.
The Leaf UK Pension Scheme has secured a £35m buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation, covering approximately 700 members.
Loan notes are becoming popular in asset-backed funding as pension schemes and sponsors increasingly use special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to reduce scheme deficits, lawyers say.
Osborne Clarke has boosted its pensions team with a senior hire from CMS Cameron McKenna.
Law firm Osborne Clarke's independent trustee business will now be known as Open Trustees.