Companies which have tried to dodge their pension duties by changing their identities are being "hunted" by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) in a crackdown on non-compliance with auto-enrolment (AE).
An insurance company director has been banned from company directorships after failing to keep adequate records and provide scheme members with up-to-date information.
A trustee is imprisoned after using employees' funds to prop up struggling businesses and buy a home for his daughter. James Phillips looks at the details of the case.
Savers are being warned by the Insolvency Service to guard their pension pots from investment scammers and negligent trustees as it winds up 24 companies.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has launched its first fraud prosecution into an accountant suspected of taking money from a pension scheme.
Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field will continue his probe of former BHS owner Sir Philip Green as he prepares to meet Insolvency Service chief executive Sarah Albon later this month.
This week's top stories included The Insolvency Service disqualifying four trustee directors who were found to have mismanaged members' pension funds.
The Insolvency Service has disqualified four directors of trustee firms from running companies for a total of 34 years following an investigation.
Company bosses who deliberately dissolve their company to avoid paying pension contributions could be hit with disqualification under government plans.
This week's top stories included the Insolvency Service disqualifying four pension directors from running companies for a total of 21 years for their role in the businesses' mismanagement of member funds.
Four directors of two trustee firms have been banned from running companies for a total of 21 years following an investigation by the Insolvency Service.
The High Court has wound up six pension and finance companies after they were found to have abused millions of pounds of people's savings.
This week's top stories included coverage of the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) latest working paper, and six pension firms placed in provisional liquidator after an Insolvency Service investigation.
The Insolvency Service has placed six firms overseeing 15 occupational pension schemes into provisional liquidation after an investigation.
Ex-BHS chief Dominic Chappell faces up to 15 years of disqualification from running or controlling companies for his handling of British Home Stores (BHS).
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) and the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (BEISC) will hold two sessions to probe why Carillion went into liquidation.
The Insolvency Service has shut down two trustee companies after an investigation found they had failed to seek independent investment advice, comply with their own governance statements, and adhere to regulation.
Frank Field has praised the appointment of a specialist counsel by the Insolvency Service (IS) as part of its enquiry into the demise of British Home Stores (BHS).
The Insolvency Service has revealed it closed down five pension liberation firms in its last financial year from April 2015 to March 2016.
This week's top stories were about speculation over a ban on defined benefit (DB) transfers, the Bank of England's interest rate cut, and the closure of advisory firm City Noble.
The Insolvency Service has wound up a pension liberation company which helped savers access their funds earlier than allowed, following a High Court battle.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has told the Insolvency Service (IS) and Serious Fraud Office (SFO) it will co-operate with any probes into British Home Stores (BHS).
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published refreshed guidance for restructuring and insolvency professionals (IP).
A former owner of Carrington Wire Limited (CWL) has been banned from acting as a company director after helping the firm's parent company dump its defined benefit (DB) scheme.