Former home secretary Amber Rudd is to return to the cabinet as work and pensions secretary after the resignation of Esther McVey.
This week's top stories included proposed draft regulations in a no-deal Brexit which would make scheme investments illegal, and Esther McVey's resignation as secretary of state.
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Pension Buzz respondents have disputed Lord Myners' arguments that asset owners, including pension funds, are substantially to blame for short-termism in business.
Aon, Mercer and Willis Towers Watson have renewed criticism of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) over its analysis of the benefits of tendering for fiduciary management contracts.
PensionBee has teamed up with Money Dashboard to create a joint space for customers to see their pension balance alongside all their other existing finances.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has ordered a firm to pay back more than £700,000 of pension contributions after it miscalculated the amounts due for more than a year.
Insurers are set to face a "flood of requests" from pension schemes for buy-in contracts to be restructured to allow for guaranteed minimum pension (GMP) equalisation, Aon warns.
Secretary of state for work and pensions Esther McVey has resigned from the government.
Minicab firm Addison Lee has been told its drivers are not self-employed, but are workers entitled to rights which would include pensions.
The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF) has announced the sudden death of its chairman, Ian Greenwood, on Monday (12 November) night at age 68.
The pension insurance market could be set for another record-breaking next year as schemes are already "in the queue" for deals at the start of next year, says Hymans Robertson.
In this week's Pensions Buzz survey, we want to know whether or not you agree with Lord Myners' opinion that asset owners, such as pension funds, are substantially to blame for short-termism in business.
The combined funding level decreased by just over four percentage points by the end of last month to 93.6%, according to the Pension Protection Fund's (PPF) latest update.
A typical defined benefit (DB) scheme was able to meet 92.9% of its accrued pension rights as of 30 September, according to Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).
Plastics manufacturer Carclo has missed yet another dividend as it continues to battle its defined benefit (DB) pension funding shortfall.
Smart Pension has been appointed by Irish insurer New Ireland Assurance to provide it with a technology platform following an international competitive tender.
The research unit of NEST has launched its sidecar savings trial and revealed the organisations that will be taking part in the research.
Today is the final day to nominate people for Professional Pensions' inaugural Rising Star Awards.
Proposed draft regulations on pension scheme investment in the event of a no-deal Brexit would see schemes breaching the law from day one.
Just under three quarters of defined contribution (DC) members are interested in seeing how their pension scheme's performance compares to others in the market, according to AllianceBernstein.
It will take between three and five years before collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes are up and running, despite the government launching a consultation on the provision.
Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field will continue his probe of former BHS owner Sir Philip Green as he prepares to meet Insolvency Service chief executive Sarah Albon later this month.