Hymans Robertson has appointed Michael Abramson as a partner and risk transfer specialist to grow its risk reduction offerings.
The buy-in and buyout market is on course for a record-breaking year as demand continues to rise amid attractive pricing. Victoria Ticha looks at what to expect
M&G Prudential has announced plans to terminate its contract with Capita for the administration of its UK life and assurance business.
Legal and General (L&G) has reinsured $800m (£598m) of longevity risk relating to pension liabilities in its bulk annuity business through Prudential Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company (PRIAC).
Ahead of the second Budget of 2017, industry experts tell James Phillips what they think the chancellor will seek to change on 22 November.
Pension savers in their final years of work are concerned they will not be able to match the living standards of those who have already retired, according to research by Prudential.
Prudential Insurance Company of America has agreed to reinsure around $1.2bn (£920m) of Pension Insurance Corporation's (PIC) longevity risk.
Occupational pension scheme membership hit yet another record high in 2016, with more than 39.2 million saving through their workplace, latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveal.
The number of women and men retiring without pension savings has substantially decreased since 2008, according to a Prudential study.
The Cabinet Office has named Legal & General as the preferred provider for the civil service's defined contribution (DC) scheme.
Pension schemes should rethink their approach to defined benefit transfers in response to high demand since Freedom and Choice, writes Kim Kaveh
Some 18% of earnings need to be saved each year to achieve an adequate income, an International Longevity Centre (ILC) report has concluded.
Plans to raise the state pension age (SPA) to 68 seven years ahead of schedule by 2039 has been welcomed by the industry as a necessary move to reflect rising life expectancy and keep costs affordable.
Two out of five advisers have seen an increased number of clients going ahead with defined benefit (DB) transfers despite recommendations against, according to Prudential research.
Pensioners are at risk of paying more tax than necessary by withdrawing over 25% of their fund in one lump sum, a Prudential analysis has found.
This week's top stories included the ombudsman's ruling that wording in the Local Government Pension Scheme rules did not allow it to retain a fraudster's pension.
A second round of IGC reports show most charges have been brought down, but transaction costs remain hard to pin down. Michael Klimes looks at the key findings
Confusion over pension freedoms rules has landed savers with a higher than expected tax bill, according to Prudential.
The Treasury has rejected calls to change its mind on a planned cut to the money purchase annual allowance (MPAA) due to take effect next month.
De-risking deals hit £10.2bn last year thanks to a busy second half as concerns over Solvency II waned, according to Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).
Prudential's independent governance committee (IGC) has found members are getting better value for money after reducing all initial charges and has no major concerns about transaction costs.
Prudential Retirement has reinsured benefits for around 22,500 pensioners, after taking on liabilities from Rothesay Life in their sixth deal together.
With DB transfer activity at very high levels amid fraud concerns, Michael Klimes asks if partial transfers can offer more security for members
Complaints made to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) about decumulation, life and pensions have continued to fall.