- Published on: 31-01-2020
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Workplace pension membership for those aged 22 to 29 saw a 50 percentage point jump, up to 85 per cent between 2012 and 2018, according to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
The automatic enrolment review revealed that whilst participation remained highest for older employees, there had been a “significant increase” amongst younger age groups
The government will scrap plans to cut pension tax relief for higher earners to avoid alienating back bench MPs, according to reports
Self-employed men are more likely to be saving than self-employed women, with an approximate seven percentage point difference in their propensity to save
The amount of tax relief provided to pension schemes has declined since 2015/16, according to figures released by HMRC
Women born in the 1950s that were affected by state pension age changes and their communication will bring their case to the Court of Appeal (CoA) on 21 July 2020
Francesca Fabrizi interviews Nick Burns, CEO, Gallagher’s Employee Benefits Consulting Division, U.K about the UK pensions industry and asks why the time for change is now
Francesca Fabrizi meets Lee Clements, director of SRI research at FTSE Russell, to discuss climate change risk in investment portfolios
Laura Blows speaks to Laird R. Landmann, group managing director and co-director of fixed income at US-based TCW, about the opportunities TCW can provide for UK pension funds
Laura Blows talks to the Society of Pension Professionals president, Paul McGlone, about both the industry's and the society's latest developments.
Alex Mitchell, Head of Tracing & Data Solutions at Capita, meets Francesca Fabrizi, Editor in Chief of Pensions Age to discuss recent trends in the pensions tracing space
Francesca Fabrizi meets Craig Scordellis, Head of Long-Only Multi-Asset Credit at CQS, to discuss what MAC strategies can offer pension schemes today
In May 2019, the Brick Development Association completed a buy-in for its legacy deﬁned beneﬁ t pension scheme with Legal & General, insuring the £1.7 million of beneﬁts for its 13 members. Jack Gray speaks to the scheme trustee and employer about the challenges faced as a small scheme, the process preceding the deal completion, and why it was close to never happening at all
Telent and Rothesay Life recently conclude the largest bulk annuity deal in UK history, completing a full buyout with the GEC 1972 scheme worth £4.7 billion, in September 2019. Jack Gray speaks to Telent pensions director, Pete Harris, its CIO, Alan Goodman, and Rothesay Life co-head of business development, Sammy Cooper-Smith, about how this unique deal was completed