In May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union, Michael Klimes examines how it will affect UK trustees
The liabilities of DB schemes are often seen as a burden on younger savers, but is this really the case? James Phillips explores the arguments
There is no certainty if trustees will know they have to comply with forthcoming European Union (EU) data regulations says Robin Ellison.
Pension experts have blasted auto-enrolment (AE) as "a glorified ISA" and "pointless scheme", warning savers will not get a decent retirement pot.
Allowing the British Steel scheme to ditch RPI for statutory minimum levels could lead to big losses for older members and create a loophole for other DB schemes, writes Stephanie Baxter.
The crisis over the BHS pension schemes could be a 'Cadbury moment' that triggers a change to the Takeover Code, Pinsent Masons says.
HMRC and the FCA have begun consulting on a tax framework and rules for the secondary annuity market.
Robin Ellison asks whether our approach to risk needs to change.
Christina Bowyer has joined HR Trustees as a trustee director from Pinsent Masons.
Ten years on from A-Day Padraig Floyd asks what impact it has had on the industry.
Royal London has lost the right to block a suspected pension liberations transfer in a landmark ruling at the High Court, which could have far-reaching consequences across the industry.
The biggest stories on PP this week were warnings that decent retirement could mean working until age 85, and the risks to members from pooling the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
As tax relief reductions forces high earners to leave schemes, further reform could severely damage pensions.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has set out plans to impose a regulatory ban on member-borne commissions on service providers, dismissing concerns the responsibility could fall entirely on trustees.
Alistair Ross has been appointed head of public policy for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland by the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Robin Ellison asks how we can simplify scheme return documents.
The Appeal Court in Scotland has struck down a challenge to pension fund rules which could have made administrating complex schemes more difficult.
Professional Pensions asks industry figures - including Baroness Altmann and her predecessor Steve Webb - for predictions on the key challenges we are likely to face next year.
Sackers has recruited Alasdair Blackshaw as an associate, taking the firm's total number of lawyers to 51.
A European ruling could force trustees to take radical action on how they transfer member data finds Michael Klimes
Anne-Marie Winton has been appointed a partner at recently-established firm, ARC Pensions Law.
Industry figures have warned the green paper on pensions tax relief published last week is "not a genuine consultation" as the government has already decided on the outcome.
The pensions industry has welcomed the wide ranging consultation on pensions tax relief launched today, but warned of the dangers of conflating pensions and ISAs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has finalised how it will monitor the performance of The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Citizens Advice Bureau in delivering the guidance guarantee.