A panel of pension experts spoke at Pensions and Benefits UK to debate lay trustees, the 'disastrous' freedoms and the problem with having two regulators. Stephanie Baxter reports from the conference
The pensions watchdog has appointed enforcement officers to seize assets from employers who fail to pay fines relating to their schemes. Victoria Ticha asks if this is the right approach
It is unlawful for the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to provide compensation equivalent to less than half a member's accrued benefits, an advocate general of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) says.
A report by Pinsent Masons calls on trustees to be more proactive on the risks posed by climate change, warning it is no longer a 'nice to have'. Stephanie Baxter considers the action points
The trustees of GKN's pension schemes have agreed a package of mitigation measures that would improve funding to a "more prudent level" if Melrose's offer is accepted by shareholders next week.
Master trusts have escaped significant regulatory scrutiny despite their surge in usage under AE since 2012, but this will soon change. James Phillips reports.
Paul Masterton MP disagrees there is no affordability problem in DB schemes, and calls for a statutory override to allow trustees to switch to CPI
Hoover has become the latest firm to cut its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme adrift after The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and Pension Protection Fund (PPF) approved the plan.
British Airways (BA) has lost a landmark trial to block its pension trustees' decision to award a discretionary increase in 2013.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
Michael Klimes asks if introducing a requirement to appoint scheme lawyers would improve governance
Robin Ellison says we need a change in HMRC's approach to dealing with pension tax issues
Pension schemes have been forced to rethink and reshape by the courts over the last 20 years. James Phillips looks back at the most impactful cases
Pension legislation and regulation need a radical overhaul in order to reduce complexity and communicate a coherent message, according to a report.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has been heavily criticised in a damning indictment of the state of UK pension regulation.
Recruiting high quality trustees is a major challenge for schemes. Emma Cusworth looks at how this can be managed.
An Irish High Court case could put pressure on UK schemes that transfer data to the US to beef up measures they use to protect members' data. Michael Klimes finds out why.
The Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) and GKN Group have approved a £190m buyout in one of the first de-risking deals of 2017.
International retirement solutions company STM Group has named Robin Ellison as its latest non-executive director.
A government proposal to limit the right to transfer pension funds amid increasing scam activity has been welcomed by the industry.
The government has reaffirmed its commitment to crack down on pensions cold calling and give firms more powers to block suspicious transfers.
Robin Ellison talks about the acceleration in consultations and whether it is a good thing.
The Pensions Ombudsman will participate in more appeals where there is a wider public interest, but how far will the service go? James Phillips reports
The Pensions Regulator's updated DC code outlines what it expects of trustees, but it is not mandatory. James Phillips explores what trustees can take from its recommendations.