The Pensions Regulator has dismissed questions over whether its objectives need to be simplified in light of the collapse of Carillion.
Giving evidence to the Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industry Strategy committees on its role in the now defunct Carillion defined benefit pension scheme, TPR chief executive Lesley Titcomb said simplifying the regulator’s objectives is “not at the top of my list of priorities”
The Financial Conduct Authority is introducing new measures to encourage consumers looking to buy a lifetime income through an annuity at the point of retirement to shop around
The Royal Mail and its workers union the Communication Workers Union are to meet with the DWP next week to discuss the implementation of its proposed collective defined contribution scheme
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told representatives of Universities UK to “commit to meaningful negotiations” to resolve the dispute on changes to university employees’ pensions
The largely debated collective defined contribution pension plan “does not fit” with the present day pensions landscape, it has been claimed