Aon and Willis Towers Watson (WTW) have agreed to terminate their proposed $30bn (£21.5bn) merger following an “impasse” with the US Department of Justice (DoJ).
The US DoJ had filed a civil antitrust lawsuit to block Aon’s planned acquisition of WTW due to competition concerns
The government has published a consultation seeking views on the draft regulations for the Judicial Pension Scheme (JPS) 2022 following the McCloud ruling
Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) funds are switching their focus towards reviewing their business and operation strategies after trying to maintain ‘business as usual’ during the pandemic, research from Mercer has found
Defined benefit (DB) pension schemes should consider offering members the choice to replace inflation protections with a pension increase exchange (PIE), according to LCP
The number of convictions secured under the Fraud Act 2006 fell to its lowest since 2007 in 2019, with just one in 700 incidents of fraud resulting in a conviction, Quilter has found