Legislation

Regulators are rewriting the rule book for financial markets, says Sebastian Reger
A new EU directive will impact on UK pensions sooner than you think warns Jane Marshall, Jane Marshall Consulting
Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons, does the unthinkable – and considers how laws are made
Employers may be forced to pay significantly higher auto-enrolment contributions on group reorganisations, warns Eversheds. Anthony Arter, head of pensions at international law firm Eversheds LLP,...
From 6 April 2012, employers sponsoring occupational pension schemes must consult scheme members for at least 60 days if they propose to change the rate at which pensions are increased or deferred...
LexisNexis UK, the publisher of Pensions World and Occupational Pensions, has launched Lexis®PSL Pensions, the latest addition to its legal intelligence product Lexis®PSL. Designed...
The Pensions Bill 2010-11 finally received Royal Assent today. The Pensions Act 2011 (the “Act”) brings into force several important changes, including the controversial increase in State Pensions...
Employers look likely to be submerged beneath the flood of guidance on auto-enrolment says Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons
Aspects of the Finance Bill 2011 pertaining to pension provision
Is the abolition of contracting out from April 2012 a move forward or backward for pensions? asks Andy Wells, Punter Southall