This week's top stories were potential strike action at Capita over closing its DB scheme, and Unite members narrowly rejecting Royal Mail plans to create cash balance scheme.
A planned amendment to IAS 19 under consideration by the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) could have big consequences for scheme funding arrangements.
Royal Mail Pension Plan (RMPP) chief executive Chris Hogg will leave the £9.8bn defined benefit (DB) scheme and join National Grid, PP has learned.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and ITV will resume a battle in the courts in January in the first instance of an anti-avoidance case being heard in full by the Upper Tribunal.
A former independent financial adviser (IFA) has been jailed for six years after embezzling more than £1m of pension scheme funds to fund his "lavish lifestyle".
Royal London saw its group pensions new business grow to £2.5bn in the first half, compared to £1.9bn in H1 last year, according to its interim financial reports.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has told Royal Mail it must make significant progress in resolving its pensions dispute by 6 September to avoid industrial action.
Industry says as professionals, punishment should be given due to their level of expertise.
Norwich-based family business Jarrold & Sons has entered into a £19m buy-in with Aviva, insuring benefits for over 500 members.
Listed companies are getting away with short-termism because of a lack of engagement from institutional investors, according to RBC Global Asset Management.
Councillor Alan Schofield has been appointed to the Local Pensions Partnership's (LPP) board as a non-executive director, representing the shareholder Lancashire County Council.
Hedging appetite fell during the second quarter of this year as a lack of index-linked gilt supply continued to bite, BMO Global Asset Management has said.
FTSE 100 companies have responded to last year's investor rebellions regarding executive pay, with "more conservative policies" being adopted according to new analysis from the Investment Association (IA).
This week we want to know if it is correct to define professional trustees as those who promote themselves as having expertise in trustee matters to schemes they have no connection with.
The trustee of the IPC Media Pension Scheme has appointed BlackRock as fiduciary manager to run around £600m of assets.
Over 80% of workers who qualify for automatic enrolment (AE) believe a workplace pension is good for them, a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) survey has revealed.
The planned closure of Capita's defined benefit (DB) scheme could be met with strike action as Unite launches a ballot of its members.
Unchanged from previous month
Aon has named Lucy Barron as its latest partner in its investment consulting team.
Schroders has restructured its UK institutional business in a bid to strengthen focus on its fiduciary management business.
Unite members in the Royal Mail Pension Plan (RMPP) have narrowly rejected the company's proposal to set up a 'cash balance' scheme when the plan closes to accrual next year.
Defined benefit (DB) trustees are not maximising value from their pensioner buy-ins as they are insuring the oldest tranche of members, Punter Southall has said.
Last week's agreement on a regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA) to split Tata Steel UK (TSUK) from its defined benefit (SB) pension fund fails to answer fundamental questions.
The regulator and lifeboat fund have agreed plans to sever the £15bn British Steel Pension Scheme from Tata Steel UK after months of negotiations with the trustee and sponsor.