More than 100,000 employers and over three million members have been auto-enrolled into the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
The government is considering changing the indexing of the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) to make Tata Steel more attractive to potential buyers, according to reports.
BHS and Tata Steel are not the only businesses struggling to deal with sizeable deficits. Perhaps a new approach is needed?
A majority of 170 respondents to this week's Pensions Buzz believe The Pensions Regulator (TPR) should make Sir Philip Green pay money into the BHS Pension Scheme.
Major jobs cuts are anticipated at pension services firm Diligenta which provides services to some of the biggest pension insurers.
PP explores the option of putting the British Steel scheme through the bulk annuity market.
People should receive their wake up packs earlier to make good retirement decisions according to PP research.
This week we want to know when the is best time for people to receive their wake-up packs and if a new workplace ISA would undermine auto-enrolment.
A majority of respondents believe the British Steel Pension Scheme will end up going into the lifeboat fund.
With the steel industry's fortunes hanging in the balance, PP considers the prospects for its pension fund.
The government may have to inject £2bn into the British Steel Pension Scheme to sell the Tata Steel business, according to the frontrunner to buy the assets.
Top stories on the site this week include plans to merge the LGPS into six 'wealth funds', a legal challenge to make schemes equalise death benefits for same-sex couples, and a growing deficit at Tesco.
The funding deficit of the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) has dropped from £550m to £90m as a result of cost cutting measures agreed following tough negotiations.