The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is "working closely" with government contractor Interserve and the trustees of its defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, it has confirmed.
This week's 103 Pensions Buzz respondents were equally split on whether the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is right to launch the dashboard on a voluntary participation basis, as was announced on Monday.
Significant risk remains in the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) universe, despite higher funding levels, the lifeboat says as it launches its 2018 Purple Book.
In this week's Pensions Buzz survey, we want to know if you think the department for Work and Pensions is right to make participation in the dashboard voluntary.
This week's top stories included KPMG facing a disciplinary tribunal over its work in the Silentnight pensions case, and a proposal for simplified defined benefit structures
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are probing the sale of Johnston Press as concerns are raised over the impact on the publishing house's pension fund.
Purna Bhudia looks at how the PPF's investment strategy has evolved, especially in the area of credit
Around 5,000 members of the Johnston Press Pension Plan are expected to enter the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) following a pre-pack administration (PPA) by its sponsor.
The combined funding level decreased by just over four percentage points by the end of last month to 93.6%, according to the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) latest update.
Smith and Williamson's pensions assurance team has been appointed to the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) updated audit services panel.
This week's top stories were industry reaction to the Lloyds GMP equalisation judgment, and Workchain's £280,000 fine for illegally opting workers out of their pension scheme.
The UK could see a "revival" of defined benefit (DB) schemes in the future, the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) chief executive says.
The PPF's fairly new chief executive talks to James Phillips about his first seven months in the role, his digitalisation and user experience agenda, and plans for the next three years.
This week's top stories included an analysis finding the cost of equalising guaranteed minimum pensions in schemes could hit FTSE 100 profits by up to £15bn.
The government is seeking ways to ensure "parity" of compensation treatment between Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) members from solvent and insolvent schemes.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has conceded it does not have "all the data we need to calculate" the impact of last month's ruling that some benefits may be unlawful.
The combined defined benefit (DB) funding level increased to 97.7% at the end of September, according to the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) latest update.
Naomi L'Estrange of 2020 Trustees was named Trustee of the Year at the Women in Pensions Awards. She speaks to Stephanie Baxter about her success
Steve Webb says there are many questions that need to be answered following the landmark ECJ ruling
Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field has questioned the regulator on what lessons it can learn from the experience of the Kodak Pension Plan No.2 (KPP2).
The trustees of the Kodak Pension Plan No.2 (KPP2) have said it will likely enter the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) in "due course" after reviewing the scheme's investment in Kodak Alaris.
Just under half of respondents to this week's Pensions Buzz argued the master trust market would operate more efficiently if there were fewer participants, without damaging competition.
Richard Favier thinks fears of a funding crisis in DB schemes are overblown but says, if he is wrong, a 'Super PPF' could well be one of the solutions considered by policymakers.
This week's top story was British Airways' Airways Pension Scheme completing a £4.4bn buy-in with Legal & General, the market's largest ever single transaction, making 2018 a record year for bulk annuities.