Personal accounts

Within a day of its formation, the LibDem Conservative coalition announced its pensions policy. It will restore the earnings link for the basic state pension from April 2011 with a “triple...
As 70% of pension schemes close, delegates at the NAPF Investment Conference were doing some serious talking. Stephanie Hawthorne, editor, reports from Edinburgh
Now is a great time to update readers of Pensions World on the Personal Accounts Delivery Authority’s progress, explains Tim Jones, PADA
The name Personal Accounts has finally been ditched in favour of National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) – the new name of the national workplace pension scheme. NEST will launch in low volumes in...
Political consensus on pension reform seems to have come to an end says Ceri Jones, financial journalist
Far too much energy has been expended on drawing up the hefty set of regulations for Personal Accounts says Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons
Allison Plager, financial journalist, on the adjustments DC schemes will have to make to cope with the changes ahead for pension provision
Lindsay Tomlinson, in his first column as NAPF chairman, speculates on what the future might hold for pensions provision
Millions of Britons could be spared from poverty and uncertainty in old age if modest changes were made to plans to introduce Personal Accounts, according to research by the Royal Society of Arts (...
Personal Accounts will be a cornerstone of the pension reforms from 2012. Tim Jones, PADA, begins the countdown