Guy Opperman has held onto his role as minister for pensions and financial inclusion after an action-packed cabinet reshuffle yesterday.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid has resigned just under a month before he was expected to deliver the first Budget of this parliament, making him the shortest-serving Chancellor for more than 50 years.
The Spring Statement is likely to be overshadowed by Brexit but there is still much to do in pensions. Kim Kaveh and Holly Roach take a look at the industry's wishlist.
Sponsors and trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes with 31 March valuation dates need to discuss their options given the clash with Brexit, according to Aon.
The PLSA's Richard Butcher says we should all work harder to reconnect with the saver, be open with them and tell them the truth
Industry commentators are expecting markets to remain volatile as uncertainty continues following the historic defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday night.
Legislation allowing opposite-sex couples to register as civil partners is unlikely to have a significant impact on pension scheme liabilities, industry experts say.
Theresa May has called on private investors, including pension schemes, to commit more capital to Africa as she sought to drive up relations between the UK and the region.
The government has backed down from its calls for mutual regulatory recognition post Brexit and will now push for a deal that will see UK and EU financial services firms' access to each other's markets scaled back when the country leaves the bloc.
A new criminal offence of neglecting pension responsibilities will be announced in a pensions white paper this week, the prime minister has confirmed.
An industry taskforce aimed at boosting innovation in the finance industry to enhance the profitability of social impact investment has been commissioned by the prime minister.
Richard Butcher says we need proper debate about proposed DB solutions to avoid rushed and ill-thought-out legislation
"We must do something, this is something, therefore we must do this," is the politician's fallacy famously expounded by Sir Humphrey Appleby in the BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
FTSE 350 company shareholders face 'significant dissent' as executive pay tops corporate governance issues, The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) says.
Industry believes regulator should have tighter control over concerning DB transfers to protect scheme members.
Transparency Task Force calls for IA's Cummings to apologise over 'offensive' Loch Ness fees comments
Gina Miller and others deserve ‘apology…public recognition and thanks’
Have your say: Should bosses repay bonuses if a pension scheme was deliberately or recklessly underfunded?
In this week's Pensions Buzz, we want to know if company bosses should be made to repay bonuses if they are found to have deliberately or recklessly underfunded their defined benefit (DB) pension scheme.
Theresa May has reaffirmed her commitment to tackle "unacceptable abuse" of pensions by companies "lining their own pockets".
Esther McVey has been appointed secretary of state for work and pensions in a major promotion for the MP.
David Gauke has been moved from the DWP to the Ministry of Justice as part of Theresa May's 2018 reshuffle.
Michael Klimes asks if a permanent, independent body staffed by technocrats can find answers to funding retirement and social care
A significant majority (72%) of the public are unaware minimum employee auto-enrolment (AE) contributions could triple from 1% to 3% next April.
The Conservative Party has abandoned dropping the triple lock on the state pension in order to secure a confidence and supply deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
The Conservative minority government has set out its plans for a bill to merge the Money Advice Service (MAS), The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) and Pension Wise.