The pensions and financial inclusion minister has rejected suggestions that the government is dominated by Brexit discussions and has no time to deal with pensions issues.
Master trusts have escaped significant regulatory scrutiny despite their surge in usage under AE since 2012, but this will soon change. James Phillips reports.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will authorise and supervise defined contribution (DC) master trusts under a planned regime which will "strike the right balance" between member security and scheme burdens.
The PLSA's new chief executive Julian Mund speaks to James Phillips about the association's plans for the future and how it will balance competing interests
PP research shows sector believes investment consultancy should be probed.
This week we want to know whether you think pensions would be worse off if the government had never had a specific pensions minister.
The hung parliament means planned measures to mitigate scams will be kicked down the road, the industry has told PP.
Guy Opperman's appointment as minister for pensions and financial inclusion has been received positively, but experts say he must tackle a number of outstanding policy issues.
Guy Opperman has been named as parliamentary under-secretary for pensions and financial inclusion following the post-election reshuffle.
Ros Altmann says as the government battles Brexit and political instability, pensions are unlikely to top its priority list.
Richard Harrington has been reshuffled into the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) following last week's general election.
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.
Data standards to be set on Wednesday
This week, we want to know whether the Communication Workers Union's plan for a risk-sharing scheme at Royal Mail signals it is time to revisit defined ambition.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has appointed Ann Harris as chairwoman of The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS).
Work and pensions minister Damian Green has confirmed the government will consult on hidden costs and charges later this year.
The Treasury and Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched a consultation on merging financial guidance services into a unified body to provide a more efficient and central support service.
This week's biggest stories included coverage of the final day of the landmark British Airways case in the High Court, PP's definitive list of the top pension schemes in the UK, and the government revealing details on its 2017 auto-enrolment review.
Pension providers have made "significant progress" in reducing costs and charges following earlier recommendations by the Independent Project Board (IPB) that they do so, the regulator has found.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will issue a green paper on the future of defined benefit (DB) schemes in early 2017, the pensions minister has confirmed.
The 2017 auto-enrolment (AE) review must have a wide scope and look at the longer term to ensure adequate savings, the industry has told the pensions minister.
Pensions minister Richard Harrington has commissioned the Government Actuary's Department (GAD) to assess projected life expectancy in future years for the state pension age review.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will consider giving The Pensions Regulator (TPR) additional powers should they be needed, pensions minister Richard Harrington says.
Auto-enrolled employees will be putting aside £8bn of savings for retirement by the 2019/20 financial year, according to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).