Most women are not saving enough for retirement and remain at risk of running out of money after they finish work, according to new analysis.
A third of female entrepreneurs in the UK are not saving any money towards their retirement, figures from Scottish Widows show.
Salvus Master Trust and the Financial Conduct Authority Pension Plan have been approved by The Pensions Regulator (TPR), concluding the master trust authorisation regime for existing schemes.
The Combined Nuclear Pension Plan (CNPP) is the latest master trust to have been granted authorisation by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
With savers facing 100% of the potential downside of patient capital investment, as well as tax implications from the upside, Peter Glancy argues it is not the most enticing proposition.
The Carey Workplace Pension Trust and BCF Pension Trust have been granted authorisation, leaving just six master trusts waiting for approval from The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
This week’s top stories include Thomas Cook’s four pension schemes being poised to enter a Pension Protection Fund assessment period.
Now Pensions, Scottish Widows Master Trust, Aspire Savings Trust, and the ITB Pension Funds have been authorised by The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Scottish Widows has launched its standard annuity onto the open market to sit alongside its existing enhanced annuity.
Punter Southall Aspire has published a report looking at the disparities in DC default fund approaches. Kim Kaveh analyses the data.
Around £17.5bn of buy-ins and buyouts were transacted in the first half of the year as market records continue to tumble.
Lloyds Banking Group has secured one million new pension customers since the start of 2018, according to its half year results to 30 June.
Lloyds Banking Group will compensate Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) £140m for the attempted early termination of an investment management arrangement for Scottish Widows worth over £100bn.
The extension of auto-enrolment (AE) to more workers is supported by around three-quarters of businesses, according to research by Scottish Widows and the Confederation of Business Industry (CBI).
Trustee boards are not focusing enough on data issues despite the bad effect poor data can have on members, according to a PMI roundtable in May. Holly Roach reports
A fourth round of IGC reports has emerged and they are looking quite different to last year following regulatory change. Kim Kaveh looks at the key findings.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch UK Pension Plan has insured benefits for 915 pensioner members in a £400m buy-in with Scottish Widows.
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.
Workers Pension Trust was one of the 30 master trusts to apply for authorisation ahead of the 31 March deadline, PP can reveal.
Scottish Widows has completed two bulk annuity transactions totalling £830m, insuring benefits for the Peugeot Advanced Pension Plan and the QinetiQ Pension Scheme.
The challenges for small pension funds to buy out their liabilities are well-known. A solution has emerged and is set to become popular across the DB universe, writes Stephanie Baxter
This week's top stories include Marsh & McLennan Companies' acquisition of JLT, and The Pensions Regulator authorising Legal and General's two master trusts.
The Scottish Widows Master Trust and the Lewis Workplace Pension Trust have applied for authorisation to continue operating in the master trust market, PP can reveal.
Standard Life Aberdeen has won a tribunal in which it claimed Lloyds Banking Group was not entitled to give notice to terminate investment management arrangements for a £109bn mandate.