Lloyds Bank has launched a joint legal bid with its pension trustees and unions to equalise guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) in a move which could cost the industry £20bn.
A quarter of retirees do not believe they have a large enough nest egg to fund their retirement, research has revealed.
The European pensions regulator has launched its second exercise to test the potential impact on schemes in the event of a market crash or longevity shock.
Sponsors of defined benefit (DB) schemes have squeezed their workers' wages by around £200 compared to companies without these funds, a think tank has revealed.
Xafinity has made Dave Hodges head of the National Pension Trust to help grow the master trust's proposition.
This week we want to know which of parties that have published their manifestos have the best pension policies, and if you have changed your mind on Brexit.
Veolia UK Pension Trustees has announced it has appointed Schroders to be the fiduciary manager for its largest defined benefit schemes, which have a combined asset value of £880m.
Over half of pension professionals believe the 'gilts plus' valuation method is unhelpful in the current economic environment, according to Aon Hewitt research.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) should be investigated by a Royal Commission, according to a response to the government's green paper on defined benefit (DB) schemes.
The College of Law Pension and Assurance Scheme has completed its fourth buy-in for £28m worth of liabilities with Aviva, as it moves closer to full buyout.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has appointed Ruth Palmer as learning director where she will review its qualifications suite and develop its education strategy.
Andy Agathangelou has expressed concern the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) could allow the Investment Association (IA) to write its own cost disclosure rules.
Two discrimination case appeals involving firefighters and judges which had opposite rulings are expected to be heard at the same employment tribunal.
This week's top stories include coverage of the political party manifestos ahead of the snap general election, and Tata Steel nearing a deal for the British Steel Pension Scheme.
British Airways (BA) has lost a landmark trial to block its pension trustees' decision to award a discretionary increase in 2013.
The Conservative Party's plan to replace the state pension triple lock with a double lock has provoked mixed responses.
The Liberal Democrats' pledge to review the pension tax relief system with an aim to introduce a flat rate has received a lukewarm response from pension professionals.
The combined accounting surplus of Royal Mail's two defined benefit (DB) pension plans grew by 12% in the year to 26 March 2017, the company's annual report has revealed.
PP research reveals worries about higher costs arising from obligatory legal advice
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Labour peer Lord Hutton has said there is nothing positive to say about his party's manifesto, which makes a "delusional" pledge to freeze increases in the state pension age.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has warned that governance and administration standards are still lacking across the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
The Liberal Democrats have promised to launch a review of pensions tax relief with an aim of introducing a single rate if they win the snap general election.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is set to establish and lead an interim phase of the pensions dashboard project to ensure it does not lose 'momentum' during the election.