The first specialist independent firm advising pension schemes on bulk annuities or moving to a consolidator has been set up with ambitions to shake up the market.
Tim Sharp warns the DWP's plans for collective DC risk establishing an inhospitable environment for the lay trustee
Jane Kola looks at what pension funds can they do to improve their chances of concluding a successful deal on good terms
Stephen Lloyd MP has called on the secretary of state for work and pensions to investigate the pensions transfer market and ban contingent charging.
Jonathan Stapleton wonders why we are so gloomy about pensions when the picture is not as bleak as is often portrayed
Despite the gloom around Brexit and all the challenges facing pensions, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Top industry commentators tell Stephanie Baxter why there is cause for optimism
Capping the pension tax-free lump sum at £40,000 would raise £2bn a year for the government, new research by the Resolution Foundation suggests.
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
Females can expect to live a greater number of years in poor health than males, according to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for 2015 to 2017.
Peter Askins says the industry needs to recognise that if administration standards are to be maintained and improved, this will come at a cost
Robin Ellison says it is not unreasonable for schemes and their trustees and sponsors also to expect an improvement in the tone of regulation
Minicab firm Addison Lee has been told its drivers are not self-employed, but are workers entitled to rights which would include pensions.
Guy Opperman says as contribution rates increase, millions more people will be able to look ahead to retirement with confidence
Nigel Peaple says the government should set a clear objective for tax relief as the first step in making the system work better for savers
Analysis by Cardano finds the increased cost of lifetime inflation-linked retirement income has significantly outstripped investment performance. Stephanie Baxter looks at the findings
Motoring giant Ford has agreed to offer members of its UK defined benefit (DB) scheme the right to partially transfer their pension.
The Combined Nuclear Pension Plan has appointed Equiniti as its administration provider.
Four people behind a £13.7m cold-calling scam which cost 245 people their savings have been banned from being pension scheme trustees by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The increase in minimum auto-enrolment (AE) contributions has had little impact on opt-out rates - with cessations after April increasing by less than two percentage points, data from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) shows.
Andy Palmer says trustees and employers should prepare for a no deal, which could pose big risks to sponsor covenants
The government has rejected the Treasury Committee's call for fundamental and incremental changes to pensions tax relief, noting there is "no clear consensus".
Theo Kocken says a collective approach to pensions is, at best, only half right for the UK
Diandra Soobiah says the sector must look at how to use positive examples of where value and values might align to build more trust and engagement among pension savers
As concerned pension funds are flocking to 'safe' assets or buying equity protection, John Gray points out there is no such thing as a 'free lunch' in life