Paul Duffy puts forward a radical option to help small and medium sized businesses struggling with legacy defined benefit schemes
A regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) has been granted as part of the Halcrow rescue plan.
Which are the largest schemes to have been offloaded to insurance companies?
Andrew Short asks an expert panel about the role of the trustee in protecting member interests.
British Midland Airways' pension scheme is poised to entered into Pension Protection Fund assessment after the parent company Lufthansa agreed to sell the struggling airline to International Airlines Group.
The Pensions Regulator has released details of its involvement in the ground breaking Uniq Pension Scheme restructuring deal as the fund confirms its PPF assessment withdrawal.
Rothesay Life has reinsured the longevity risk it secured from the Uniq Pension Scheme through a £423m deal with US-based firm Prudential Retirement.
Panellists discuss the extent to which trustees should be looking to review covenants and how to interpret findings and implement changes
Trustees of the Uniq Pension Scheme have signed a £830m buy-in deal with Rothesay Life.
The Pensions Regulator is in talks with the trustee and sponsor of the Dawson International pension schemes to find a way to plug its £50m deficit.
UK - Uniq, the chilled food supplier still 90% owned by its pension scheme, has reported a 47% rise in operating profits to £4.7m ($7.3m)in the first half of the year.
Uniq, the chilled food supplier still 90% owned by its pension scheme, has reported a 47% rise in operating profits to £4.7m in the first half of the year.
UK - Trustees of Uniq's pension scheme - which owns 90% of its sponsor - have agreed to sell the sandwich maker for £113m ($178m) to Greencore.
UK - Chilled food maker Uniq's losses have fallen following the pioneering debt-for-equity deal which saw its pension fund take a majority share-holding.
Jenna Towler dissects Uniq's deficit for equity swap deal
Embattled chilled foods firm Uniq could be forced to recapitalise in order to fund its £436m scheme deficit.
The Pensions Regulator has rejected proposals from chilled prepared foods firm Uniq to fund a £436m scheme deficit.