A pensions commission would provide an opportunity to get past short-termist thinking in a political world dominated and saturated by Brexit, says Rory Murphy.
The pensions schemes bill will digitalise pensions and provide savers with greater confidence for retirement, Guy Opperman has said.
With the spectre of Brexit looming over parliament, Jonathan Stapleton has some scepticism that the pension schemes bill will be enacted any time soon.
A pension schemes bill is set to be laid in parliament in the coming weeks after the government announced a wide-ranging suite of reforms in the Queen’s Speech today.
The hung parliament means planned measures to mitigate scams will be kicked down the road, the industry has told PP.
Members of master trusts will see greater protection as new rules for an authorisation regime and capital adequacy have been signed into law.
A surprise general election is in store in just over month, but battle lines are yet to be drawn. James Phillips explores where pensions sit in the chaos.
This week we want to know if TPR is becoming more heavy-handed and whether its new investment guidance will help defined benefit trustees set better investment strategies.
Labour has accused The Pensions Regulator (TPR) of being too passive in improving member representation in master trust governance.
The government is planning to release proposals on pension scams, reducing fees and charges, and improving transparency "very soon", according to Richard Harrington.
The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) powers to authorise master trusts will be the "cornerstone" of its drive to consolidate the defined contribution (DC) market according to Andrew Warwick-Thompson.
The government should clarify how failing master trusts can be wound up and taken over to ensure members are not left in limbo, according to Adrian Boulding.
The Pension Schemes Bill should provide for a shortened authorisation process for schemes which have achieved the Master Trust Assurance Framework (MAF), Smart Pension has said.
This week's top stories included reports that the Pensions Regulator and Sir Philip Green may be close to a deal over the BHS pension schemes.
Work and pensions minister Damian Green has confirmed the government will consult on hidden costs and charges later this year.
Shadow work and pensions minister Debbie Abrahams has attacked the government for a lack of detail in the Pension Schemes Bill.
This week's top stories included British Steel trustees rejecting an "unviable plan" to rescue the scheme, and Baroness Ros Altmann calling on the government to amend section 75 debt regulations.
The government has missed out by failing to amend "draconian" section 75 debt regulations and tax relief for lower paid earners, Baroness Ros Altmann has said.
This week's most-read stories included coverage of the Pension Schemes Bill in Parliament, a warning for scheme administrators to prepare for changes in data submission, and the cost of The Pensions Regulator's probe into BHS.
Planned regulations for master trusts may now include a requirement for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to introduce a "funder of last resort".
Legal and General (L&G) has launched two retirement income products to help meet demand created by freedom and choice from 6 April.
The Pension Schemes Bill has received Royal Assent to become official legislation ahead of freedom and choice taking effect from 6 April.
Giving savers rights to probe pension funds on specific details of investments would be an "undue burden" on schemes, according to the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).
Lord German has called for pension scheme trustees to account to members for "all actions taken in the performance of their investment functions".