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The Court of Appeal has decided that the trustees of the Barnado's pension scheme cannot switch from the Retail Prices Index (RPI) to the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) for revaluation and indexation...
It is only a matter of time before there is a pensions data hack, so trustees must be ready, warn Katherine Maxwell and Dorothy Agnew, Moore Blatch
The safe storage of pension scheme data is a responsibility that trustees cannot outsource, warns Barry Mack, Muse Advisory
Following its report on BHS, the Work and Pensions Committee launched a wide ranging enquiry into the operation, regulatory supervision and legislation of UK defined benefit (DB) pension schemes....
Over 90% of firms would welcome changes in the law that would allow defined benefit (DB) schemes to move to indexation of benefits according to consumer prices (as opposed to retail prices or any...
A consensus has been reached between various key parties in Nortel's global insolvency as to how the $7bn residual Nortel assets should be allocated. PwC has been acting as the financial adviser to...
Greater transparency of costs and charges for pension funds could have a significant positive impact on investment strategy, help to cut risk, and ultimately improve value for money for members, says...
The Work and Pensions Committee has published a new tranche of evidence in its inquiry into the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and the Pensions Regulator (TPR). The PPF evidence contains some strong,...
Over 90% of firms would welcome changes in the law that would allow defined benefit schemes to move to CPI indexation of benefits (as opposed to RPI or any other higher indexation provision in scheme...
The Pensions Regulator has used its powers to ensure members of a closed defined benefit (DB) scheme receive Pension Protection Fund (PPF) compensation after the scheme’s rules were changed. Former...