Latest articles from Amy Austin

Unilever proposes DB scheme closure to new members

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On the go: Unilever is poised to close its defined benefit scheme to new members, in an attempt to reduce increasing costs and allow greater flexibility for employees.

Calls for NHS pension solution to be extended to armed forces

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On the go: The Forces Pension Society has called on the government to extend its temporary fix for pension tax issues for senior clinicians to the armed forces.

Darren Ryder steps down from TPR

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On the go: The Pensions Regulator’s director of auto-enrolment, Darren Ryder, will leave his role next year to develop similar systems in other countries.

Nursery and director fined for failing to enrol staff

On the go: A children’s nursery and its director have been ordered to pay £8,200 by the Pensions Regulator for failing to enrol staff in a workplace pension and misleading the watchdog.

High Court tells ombudsman to reconsider pension case

A dispute over whether a university employee was entitled to her full pension has been sent back to the Pensions Ombudsman after the High Court disagreed with the initial decision.

Politicians expected to duck divisive pensions issues

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On the go: Radical pensions reforms are likely to be avoided by political parties in their election manifestos, according to Royal London analysis.

Disability charity boss stole £250k from scheme

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On the go: The former head of a charity for the disabled has admitted defrauding its pension scheme out of more than £250,000.