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This week's top stories include Heathrow Airport's defined benefit plan completing a £325m buy-in with Legal & General, and gig economy workers getting a renewed boost to their right to join a workplace pension.
Jonathan Stapleton comments on the cost of pensions consulting and asks if consolidation will drive this down.
P-Solve has been appointed as the investment advisor for Samworth Brothers' £450m defined benefit (DB) pension scheme.
Over the last 50 years, there has been a steady downward trend in property asset allocation. Charlotte Moore explores how scheme attitudes are changing
Muse Advisory has appointed Chris Fagan as associate director to expand its governance team and help grow its UK advisory offerings.
Redington has appointed Natalie Flood and Jonathan Parker as part of wider plans to grow its defined benefit (DC) business.
Most companies are not taking enough action to tackle the significant pensions inertia within their workforce, according to a survey by LifeSight.
Steven Leigh and Adam Hayes have joined Aon Hewitt's defined contribution (DC) team as senior consultants.
Vassos Vassou has been hired by Dalriada Trustees to grow business in London and the South East.
After a solution to save the Halcrow's DB scheme was ruled illegal by the High Court, the trustees are looking at an alternative option. Kristian Brunt-Seymour looks at the case.
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The Association of Member-Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has launched an initiative to give pension schemes more power to influence the companies they invest in.
Duncan Higgs has re-joined Towers Watson from Cardano, to work as a senior investment consultant on its delegated investment team.
Towers Watson's master trust LifeSight has attained the regulator's master trust assurance framework (MAF) accreditation just months after receiving the Pension Quality Mark (PQM) Ready assurance.
BMO Global Asset Management has made two appointments to its liability-driven investment (LDI) team as the firm expects strong growth in the business.
Leo Ring and Hannah Carter have joined PwC's pension and investment consulting team following the appointment of Nikesh Patel, who joined from BlackRock earlier this year.
Paul Macro, formerly head of UK defined contribution (DC) at Mercer, has joined Isinglass Consulting as joint owner and director.
The Pensions Ombudsman has ordered Abbey Life to pay almost £10,000 to a member for failing to inform her that she had a guaranteed annuity rate (GAR).
The trustee of the Merchant Navy Ratings Pension Fund (MNRPF) has appointed Towers Watson to provide fiduciary management services to the £850m scheme.