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Pensioners increasingly dependent on state pension
Retired people's reliance on state benefits is at highest level in decades, pensions administrator Equitini has said.
1st May 2019
Pension scheme trustees warned of chair statement rules
Pension scheme trustees must produce a chairs statement that is compliant with the law or face mandatory fines, the Pensions Regulator (TPR) has warned today.
23rd April 2019
Government gives green light to pension dashboards in 2019
UK savers will soon be able to see all their pension savings in one place after the government today unveiled proposals for a series of dashboards that could come online later this year.
4th April 2019
UK government gives green light to CDC pension schemes
Millions of workers could soon enjoy improved retirement savings after the UK government today backed plans for the countrys first Collective Defined Contribution (CDC) pension scheme.
18th March 2019
Interview with Daisy Coke: Guiding star
Speaking to Chika Aghadiuno, Daisy Coke reflects on a life at the vanguard of the Jamaican actuarial profession
6th March 2019
Majority of DB pension schemes in deficit, PPF warns
Almost two-thirds of the UKs defined benefit (DB) pension schemes are running at a deficit, despite funding increasing to the highest levels recorded since 2014.
4th December 2018
Pension industry split on how to deal with GMP equalisation
The pension industry is split on how to deal with guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP) equalisation following a landmark ruling that could add billions to UK schemes liabilities.
28th November 2018
Pension schemes warned of legal action for failing to tackle climate risks
The trustees of 14 UK pension schemes have received letters warning of imminent legal action should they fail to consider the financial risks associated with climate change.
14th August 2018
Pension fraud victims each lost £91,000 last year
A new television campaign was launched today to raise awareness of pension scams after it was found that victims each lost an average of £91,000 in the UK last year.
14th August 2018
How much is enough in retirement?
The living standards replacementrate (LSRR) is a more accurate alternative measure for evaluating retirement income adequacy, explains Bonnie-Jeanne MacDonald
9th May 2017