Redington is in the process of securing private equity backing from Phoenix Equity Partners for an undisclosed amount.
The Combined Nuclear Pension Plan (CNPP) has appointed Aon Hewitt as an investment adviser for its defined benefit (DB) section, replacing Hymans Robertson.
Redington managing director Marian Elliott picked up the Adviser of the Year award at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her success.
Rothesay Life has agreed the UK’s largest ever bulk annuity deal to date – a £4.7bn buyout of the GEC 1972 Plan, making 2019 officially a record-breaking year.
Pension schemes could be accidentally pushing themselves further from their endgame by agreeing “fashionable” buy-ins with insurers.
The investment portfolios of consolidators could be more resilient to market shocks than the typical insurer portfolio, latest research by Redington reveals.
A panel of industry professionals, led by Stephenson Harwood, discusses how the quarterly trustee meeting can be improved. James Phillips explores the suggestions
The transaction cost disclosure regulations have been in place for a year. Jon Parker says while there has been progress in obtaining data, there is a still a long way to go.
The Reuters Pension Fund has completed a £625m full pensioner buy-in with Canada Life in the insurer's largest ever deal.
Significantly improved funding levels and bulk annuity options have brought forward the need for defined benefit (DB) trustees to renew their focus on endgame planning.
The popularity of DB transfers shows no sign of slowing. Charlotte Moore looks at how schemes can adapt their investment strategy to meet this demand
Heathrow Airport's defined benefit (DB) plan has completed a £325m pensioner buy-in with Legal & General (L&G) financed by an innovative corporate bond.
Redington has promoted David Bennett to its executive board, with Patrick O'Sullivan set to replace him as head of investment consulting.
Investment consultants are failing to recommend products that outperform net of fees, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has said as its investigation into the market continues.
Redington has appointed Natalie Flood and Jonathan Parker as part of wider plans to grow its defined benefit (DC) business.
Rob Gardner says we must think ahead and invest in long-term solutions to create a better future for our children
This week's top stories included the government suggesting it may review the order of creditors in an insolvency event, and Barclays defending plans to move responsibility for its DB scheme to its investment banking arm.
TPT Retirement Solutions has appointed Redington for independent investment consultancy services for its defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) pension schemes.
Redington has appointed Adam Jones as chief technology officer, as it looks to harness the power of digital innovation for the benefit of its clients.
Redington has launched an investment governance service to help trustees receive "honest feedback" after many said they rarely see such comments from consultants.
Rob Gardner says the industry needs to do much more to help engage the public with pensions.
The FCA's eagerly anticipated final report of its asset management market study suggests an investigation of the investment consulting market, James Phillips reports.
Rob Gardner says the government must make financial education compulsory in primary schools to transform the long-term savings behaviour of children.
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA's) provisional decision to refer the investment consulting market to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has largely been welcomed by the industry.