Essex Pension Fund is considering extending the tenure of its smaller-employer representative, allowing time for the government to provide more clarity on local government scheme governance changes.
BAE Systems is reducing the size of its joint pensioner committee as part of a comprehensive review of the body, as technological advances have made it easier to communicate with members.
A catch-up on the government's call for greater transparency of costs in DC schemes, featuring stats, views and analysis on the key issues for scheme professionals.
News analysis: Trustees could be found liable for their investment managers not reporting derivative trades under extended derivatives regulation, with legal experts recommending reviewing contracts to hard-code duties.
The National Union of Journalists will appeal the pensions ombudsman’s determination that the BBC's pensionable pay cap did not breach its obligations, as more employers look to such tools to derisk schemes.
Schemes have been urged to record benefit decisions after a determination by the pensions ombudsman found against trustees that had not properly documented a resolution to cease discretionary increases.
Industry figures have called for an increase to the trivial commutation limit after a Financial Conduct Authority report found small-pot holders were more likely to get a bad annuity deal.
Industry figures have welcomed the governance 'nudge' provided by the Pensions Regulator's self-assessment tools, but questioned whether schemes can hold themselves to account.
The Pension Liberation Industry Group will develop a code of practice on pension transfers to protect trustees, as liberation schemes find new ways of targeting members.
News analysis: Industry experts have been exploring how the government’s preferred risk-sharing scheme design could work in practice, whether through a not-for-profit, mutual or insurance provider set-up.