The Sea Containers 1983 Pension Scheme has been fully insured in a bulk annuity deal completed by Aviva, almost a decade after receiving the regulator's first financial support direction (FSD).
The Border to Coast Pension Partnership has selected Northern Trust as to provide third-party administration and depositary services ahead of the looming April deadline for pooling.
Hymans Robertson has appointed Michael Abramson as a partner and risk transfer specialist to grow its risk reduction offerings.
Muse Advisory has appointed Chris Fagan as associate director to expand its governance team and help grow its UK advisory offerings.
A new law allowing co-habiting couples to register as civil partners could add billions to the liabilities of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes.
Gunnercooke has appointed Suresh Bhatt as a partner to lead its pension advisory services in the North West.
The newspaper publisher is offering a one-off upfront £41.2m cash payment and £29.2m deficit recovery plan for the Northern & Shell defined benefit (DB) schemes as part of its planned acquisition.
Frank field is a good thing for pensions and the government will make the necessary legislative changes to allow CDC, according to industry
The trustee of master trust Now Pensions has been fined and given a set of stringent deadlines to fix long-running pension scheme issues, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) announced today.
Employers boosting wellbeing spend in bid to tackle surge in employee stress and mental health issues
Almost seven out of ten (68%) of employers report employee stress and mental health-related illness, Aon Employee Benefits research reveals.
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has invested £40m with Halton Housing to finance affordable property developments across the UK.
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
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has agreed to insure all its pensioner liabilities with PartnerRe in a deal set to cover its full buy-in of the Dockworkers Pension Fund.
The government says it plans to clarify legislation around consideration of broader long-term financial risks, and schemes' ability to consider members' non-financial or ethical concerns.
Tim Sharp says as the conclusion of the government's AE review approaches, we must start asking more fundamental questions about what sort of pensions system we are building
David Harris says the UK still has much to do on pension reform and appears out of step with the global direction of DC.
Labour peer Lord Hutton has said there is nothing positive to say about his party's manifesto, which makes a "delusional" pledge to freeze increases in the state pension age.
Richard Butcher argues against means-testing the state pension after the OECD called for the wealthiest pensioners to be excluded.