The pensions watchdog has been through some testing times and is making significant changes to the way it regulates. Speaking to Stephanie Baxter, Mark Boyle takes stock and looks to the future
More than 25,000 steelworkers did not return their 'options forms' and as a consequence will remain in the current British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) for now, to move into the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) at the end of March.
Last week's agreement on a regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) to split Tata Steel UK (TSUK) from its defined benefit (SB) pension fund fails to answer fundamental questions.
The British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) has revealed the number of steelworkers cashing in their defined benefit (DB) pensions more than doubled to 482 in the year to March 2017.
Tata Steel has agreed the "key commercial terms" of a regulated apportionment arrangement with the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) in a deal that could be worth in excess of £550m.
Unions have urged steel workers to accept Tata Steel UK's proposals to close the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) and replace it with a defined contribution (DC) plan.
The British Steel scheme's trustee board has turned down Edmund Truell's proposal to save the fund, calling it an unviable plan that would expose members to "unacceptable risk".
In the fourth and final part of our pensions timeline PP Online looks at what happened in pensions between October and December.
This year has been a busy one for the pensions industry. Professional Pensions looks at what happened between March and June
This year has been a tumultuous one for pensions but Helen Morrissey believes we need to take the time to learn lessons from what has happened.
Tata Steel UK has agreed with unions to start consulting on closing the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) and replacing it with a "competitive" defined contribution (DC) arrangement.
Tata Steel UK's intention to close the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) to future accrual has been "raised" in discussions with unions, according to a lawyer close to the matter.
IAS 19 is the accounting standard many sponsors use to make disclosures about their defined benefit schemes in their records. But a report from Lincoln Pensions argues IAS 19 is not good enough. Michael Klimes investigates.
Charlotte Moore looks at some of the issues that could affect UK schemes as we move towards exiting the European Union
Delaying an increase in the amount of money certain members receive from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is a huge injustice according to Ros Altmann.
Financier Edmund Truell believes he can protect British Steel benefits. Michael Klimes examines the details
A majority of chief financial officers (CFOs) believe they need to spend more time working on their defined benefit (DB) schemes, latest research by Hymans Robertson reveals.
The government's consultation on a plan to reduce members' benefits in the British Steel Pension Scheme has closed. Michael Klimes looks at the industry's responses
Some of the government's proposals to change benefits at the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) involve "significant risks for relatively limited gains" according to the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF).
Young workers' pension funds are being sacrificed so private companies can afford to pay "over-generous" pensions for older members, according to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF).
The crisis over the BHS pension schemes could be a 'Cadbury moment' that triggers a change to the Takeover Code, Pinsent Masons says.
Government proposals to reduce inflation protection for the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) could reduce its liabilities by an extra £1.5bn than experts have anticipated.
The government has published proposals to keep the British Steel Pension Scheme out of the PPF while reducing its liabilities to make Tata Steel UK more attractive to buyers. Stephanie Baxter explores the options.
The government has launched a consultation on ways to reduce the British Steel Pension Scheme's (BSPS) liabilities to find a buyer for Tata Steel UK, which could require controversial legislation.