This week's most read stories include TPR protecting members of a DB scheme accidentally converted to DC, and the FCA fining Aviva £8.2m for failing to protect client assets.
Savers should be able to use their nest eggs to buy a home, according to pensions minister Richard Harrington.
The Labour Party has not abandoned the role of shadow pensions minister, despite the post being vacant for several months, according to reports.
Bob Scott shares his tips with the incoming under-secretary of state for work and pensions to help them become an instant success.
The new pensions minister Richard Harrington MP has committed to auto-enrolment (AE) and master trust regulation as he set out his priorities for the role.
Dominating this week's most popular stories was coverage of the government's downgrading of the pensions brief, following Baroness Ros Altmann's resignation.
Baroness Ros Altmann has likened her time as pensions minister to being "in detention" and believes leaving government will allow her to be more influential.
Pensions policy is extremely important
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a consultation into the future of the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
The pensions minister has said investing in growth boosting and social projects could be part of a solution for deficit-ridden schemes struggling with falling gilt yields.
At next week's PBUK we will be asking our key speakers about the effects of the Brexit vote on pension scheme.
The majority of respondents in this week's PP survey believe it would be inappropriate for pensions ministers to side-step the regulator to rescue a crisis-hit scheme.
This week we want to know if TPR is being unfairly criticised during the BHS hearings and what aspect has the most influence on issues faced by DB schemes.
Andrew Marr has been confirmed as one of the keynote guest speakers at this year's Pensions and Benefits UK.
This week we want to know if the UK needs a pensions minister if the Chancellor always has the last word and whether too many schemes are divesting from fossil fuels.
Legislation must be introduced to stop the cost of master trust wind-ups falling on members, the pensions minister says.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb has said reaching a state pension age of 66 by 2020 should have been done over a much longer period.
More than six million people have started saving into a workplace pension since auto-enrolment (AE) began, with more than 100,000 employers having enrolled employees.
John Cridland has been appointed to lead an independent review of the State Pension age.
The top stories this week were Ros Altmann criticising bullying by WASPI supporters and the government forcing trust-based schemes to report on transfer performance.
The programme for this year's Pensions and Benefits UK has been launched.
Pensions minister Ros Altmann has said that she has been bullied by supporters of the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) campaign.
Amid concern that the cap on exit fees only applies to contract-based schemes, the minister has confirmed that a separate cap will be imposed on trust-based schemes.
The pensions minister has unveiled a major communications drive to broaden the public's understanding of the state pension to be introduced next April.