Steve Webb's commitment to introducing a charge cap on auto-enrolment (AE) schemes has "shamefully" collapsed, Labour's Lord Desmond Browne says.
An opposition amendment that would have allowed the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to rethink its pot follows member proposals has been narrowly defeated in the House of Lords.
Organisations representing employers, consumers, workers and the elderly have joined the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) in urging the government to rethink its commitment to pot follows member.
The government has proposed an amendment to the Pensions Bill which will pave the way for regulations requiring the disclosure of transaction costs to scheme members.
The government will introduce transparency requirements on transaction charges in workplace defined contribution (DC) schemes, pensions minister Steve Webb has announced.
Pots follows member transfers will not be automatically triggered by a member moving jobs, pensions minister Steve Webb says.
People will have to build up at least 10 years of National Insurance payments or equivalent credits to be eligible for the single-tier state pension.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has opened a consultation on defined benefit (DB) regulation, setting out how it will pursue its new objective to minimise the impact of scheme funding on employer growth.
Shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont has tabled an amendment to the Pensions Bill in order to force providers to fully disclose charges to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
The use of an annuity broker at retirement could be written into the latest version of the Pensions Bill after Labour tabled an amendment to the legislation.
The government has tabled amendments to the Pensions Bill 2013 that will allow it to impose a charge cap on schemes.
An "unintended consequence" of the Pensions Bill could put entire corporate trustees out of business if a director is prohibited from overseeing a scheme.
Pensions minister Steve Webb is to use the Pensions Bill to change the structure of benefits given to people who delay taking the state pension.
The government will today publish a call for evidence into quality standards in workplace defined contribution (DC) schemes.
The Green Party has tabled an amendment to the Pensions Bill that would grant civil partners the same right as married couples to survivors' pensions.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries has launched its latest Pension trends survey, which will gather information and opinions on auto-enrolment and the Pensions Bill.
Labour has tabled an amendment to the Pensions Bill which would give The Pensions Regulator (TPR) the power to force trust-based defined contribution (DC) schemes to merge.
The government has added a clause to the Pensions Bill that could exempt companies from having to auto-enrol staff who would not benefit from being put into a scheme.
The draft Pensions Bill does not do enough to protect consumers from obtuse and excessive charges, a Conservative MP claims.
Jack Jones says the regulator has got it right
The move to ban consultancy charging is "less dramatic than it sounds" as most of the charges that can end up with the employer's adviser remain unaffected, according to a consultant.
The government will be given the power to ban incentivised transfer exercises under the Pensions Bill published today.
The government has set out the exact phrasing of The Pensions Regulator's new employer growth objective.
The Pensions Bill will introduce a £144 flat-rate state pension from April 2016, the Queen's Speech confirmed today.