New PMI president Kevin LeGrand talks to Helen Morrissey about how the body can continue to meet the needs of the industry.
The Society of Pension Consultants (SPC) has rebranded as the Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) and launched a new website.
SPC president Duncan Buchanan identifies three potential problems
Respondents to the government consultation on defined ambition (DA) pensions may have changed their minds on key issues after the changes announced in the Budget, says the Society of Pension Consultants (SPC).
Jack Jones looks at the final draft of the TPR’s code of practice on defined benefit regulation
Industry welcomes the proposed Pensions Bill
The pensions industry will have a single regulator by 2017, according to the outgoing president of the Society of Pension Consultants (SPC).
Pension industry bodies have expressed "serious concern" over the timing of the defined contribution (DC) charge cap proposed by the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP).
The Society of Pension Consultants (SPC) has elected Hogan Lovells partner Duncan Buchanan to serve as president for the next two years.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has appointed KPMG partner David Fairs as chairman.
Employee benefit consultants are failing to recommend master trusts because of a lack of financial gain for advisers, The Pensions Trust says.
The SPC president talks to Helen Morrissey
The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) decision to publish a guide advising smaller employers to avoid trust-based defined contribution (DC) schemes has been slammed by the industry.
Continuing pressure to bring down charges could lead to a greater trend towards passive management, Society of Pension Consultants president Roger Mattingly says.
Society of Pension Consultants (SPC) president Roger Mattingly is to join PAN Group in July 2013.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has relaxed proposed guidelines on how trustees and providers of auto-enrolment schemes should report missed payments, after concerns were raised by the industry.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) must avoid penalising the largest employers when it simplifies auto-enrolment legislation, warn consultants.
The Pensions Regulator's proposed approach to trust-based defined contribution could force schemes to close due to regulatory arbitrage, increased compliance burdens, and a lack of clarity, the industry warns.
Jack Jones looks at responses to proposals to add to the regulator’s statutory objectives
The pensions industry has welcomed the Department for Work and Pensions report ‘Reinvigorating workplace pensions', but highlighted that more work must be done.
European Commission attempts to reform the construction of indices in the wake of the LIBOR scandal could have unintended repercussions for institutional investors, warns the Society of Pension Consultants.
The industry will fail to increase member engagement unless pensions professionals understand the difference between disclosure and communication, says Society of Pension Consultants chairman Roger Mattingly.
Professional Pensions correspondent Jack Jones was awarded trade journalist of the year award at the Society of Pension Consultants' annual dinner on Wednesday night.
Plans to change the way directors' pensions are valued in remuneration reports are "fundamentally misplaced," says the Society of Pension Consultants.