This week's top stories included British Airways agreeing a settlement with the trustees of one of its schemes nearly six years after litigation was initiated.
An estimated 1.75 million people are missing out on £60m in tax relief on their pension contributions in 2019/20, as the net-pay anomaly continues, Royal London estimates.
Steve Webb says the sooner government as a whole, and HMRC in particular, has the bandwidth to return to the domestic agenda, the better it will be
This week's top stories included NEST applying to the regulator for authorisation, while Welplan announced plans to drop out of the master trust market.
Royal London's independent governance committee (IGC) has downgraded its rating for appropriate investment returns after all default funds caused a fall in pot values.
Collective defined contribution (CDC) provision will be introduced slowly, starting specifically with a Royal Mail scheme and then rolling it out more widely, the government has confirmed.
This week's top stories included an accountant admitting fraud and making employer-related investments in the latest criminal prosecution pursued by The Pensions Regulator.
Workers will still get an increase in take-home pay this April despite the rise in auto-enrolment (AE) contributions, according to Royal London analysis.
More than 100,000 savers face being landed with huge tax bills following tiny uplifts to their pension, a Freedom of Information (FOI) reply has revealed.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has taken over £400m too much in tax from savers accessing their pensions since the introduction of Freedom and Choice in 2015.
Pensions wake-up packs must be reformed by November this year to comprise a single-page summary document, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
Opt-out rates at the end of June 2018 "remained consistent" with levels before the April contribution rate increase, according the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Royal London has announced that group chief executive Phil Loney has decided to stand down by the end of 2019.
A regime similar to that for defined contribution (DC) master trusts will be set up for regulating defined benefit (DB) consolidators under plans announced today.
The ACA and Royal London have published a joint policy paper on a 'radically simplified' DB structure. Kim Kaveh looks at the proposals.
Former home secretary Amber Rudd is to return to the cabinet as work and pensions secretary after the resignation of Esther McVey.
The industry has broadly welcomed the Department for Work and Pensions' consultation on collective defined contribution (CDC) as a move towards improving retirement outcomes.
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.
As the volume of transfer value requests grows, trustees must decide whether to take a minimalist or proactive approach with members. James Phillips explores the pros and cons.
Steve Webb says there are many questions that need to be answered following the landmark ECJ ruling
The government's announcement that it will support the industry in delivering the pensions dashboard has been met with mixed reaction, after months of uncertainty about the project's future.
The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO) has determined against Royal London in a case where death benefits were paid out to a member's ex-girlfriend.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has sent letters to defined benefit (DB) schemes encouraging trustees to consider cutting transfer values on offer when workers want to leave.
Royal London saw its new group pension business decline over the first half of 2018 as the rollout of auto-enrolment (AE) drew to a close, according to its interim results.