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Helen-Mary Finney, Aon Hewitt, on the package of measures proposed by the government to combat pension fraud
The Chancellor seems to be singing a different song on pensions freedom from his predecessor, with the proposed reduction in the MPAA, suggests Simon Cormack, Aon Hewitt
The European Court of Justice finds that a same-sex partner was not discriminated against, reports Mike Gorton, Eversheds
Helen-Mary Finney, Aon Hewitt, on improving pensions advice and guidance
Lorna Mitchinson, Linklaters, on the process to be followed when members wish to transfer from DB to DC or to QROPS
The question of whether to hedge liabilities has never been more relevant or controversial for pension schemes, says Andrew Drake, PricewaterhouseCoopers  
Be sure of the direction of travel in your DC plan, says Christopher Inman, Aon Hewitt  
The tax system should encourage employees to seek expert financial advice, whether through their employer or their own pensions pot, argues Andrew Scrimshaw, KPMG
Helen-Mary Finney, Aon Hewitt, reports on the recent decision on undrawn pension rights and income payment orders
The pensions industry is currently ill prepared to cope with a cyber attack, warns Peter Sparshott, PricewaterhouseCoopers