After a tumultuous few weeks of campaigning, the Conservative party won their largest majority since Margaret Thatcher's 1987 victory in last night’s general election, while Labour is facing its worst defeat since 1935.
Most of this week's 94 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed the bill is good for pensions if it gets through parliament.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has called for five key policy measures to be included in the upcoming pensions bill.
A pensions bill is completely ready to go and waiting for a Queen’s Speech, according to pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman.
This week's top stories included an article about Will Lovegrove and Baroness Ros Altmann departing Pensionsync after its acquisition by KeyPay.
While Amber Rudd will remain in her job as secretary of state for work and pensions, the rest of Boris Johnson's cabinet has experienced a major shake-up.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents were split on whether more schemes should follow NEST's decision to divest from tobacco.
Anthony Filbin says trustees must prepare for new responsibilities.
Defined benefit (DB) trustees should make greater use of the flexibilities within regulations, The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) chief executive has said.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will have "game changing" powers to regulate master trusts under a Pensions Schemes Bill, published today.
It is important not to assume the size of a master trust is an automatic indicator of how well governed it is, according to Duncan Howorth.
Master trusts should be approved under a strict licensing regime policed by The Pensions Regulator (TPR), says Adrian Boulding.
In the wake of the Brexit vote, the government has been radically overhauled. Two former pensions ministers tell James Phillips how this affects pension policy.
The government is looking to impose capital adequacy requirements on master trusts through the forthcoming pensions bill, PP understands.
Last week's Queen's Speech contained a long awaited Pensions Bill to toughen up master trust regulation and plans to streamline the delivery of guidance. Helen Morrissey looks at whether these measures will adequately address problems within the market...
The new pensions bill will cap early exit fees charged by trust-based occupational schemes in a bid to remove "unreasonable barriers" to accessing pension freedoms.
Two Lords have called for the restrictions on the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) to be axed when the Pension Schemes Bill 2014-15 becomes law.
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Ruth Gillbe says gradual change would be better than permanent revolution
The Pensions Bill has received Royal Assent in Parliament, bringing reforms to state pension and the abolition of defined benefit (DB) contracting out closer.
The government can offer a more generous single-tier state pension and still create a cheaper system than is currently on offer, according to the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).
PwC has urged the government to scrap the state pension age (SPA) after research found four out of ten people want more flexibility around when they can access their retirement benefits.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has led a House of Commons defeat of a "deeply flawed" opposition amendment on charges in the Pensions Bill.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is to consult on extending defined contribution (DC) charge disclosure proposals to defined benefit (DB) schemes.