'Pension schemes breathe a sigh of relief'
Responsible for first pensions dashboard
370 people may have transferred
Bought retailer in March 2016
£300bn of liabilities
Six income tax band thresholds
Lower earnings limit rise to £104 per year
Lisa used as 'top-up'
Follows McVey's resignation
'I cannot defend this Brexit'
Proposed draft regulations on pension scheme investment in the event of a no-deal Brexit would see schemes breaching the law from day one.
Legal experts suggest
135,000 scheme members affected
Follows acquisition of BlackRock's DC platform
The government is set to review an anomaly which sees lower-paid workers in the majority of master trusts lose out on tax relief, it has confirmed.
'Private pensions revolution'
Proposals outlined at Labour Party conference
Set to become part of Single Financial Guidance Body
Also plan to scrap NI on contributions
Rolled out to 25 schemes next month
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) must ensure it pays out at least 50% of individual entitlements to members whose funds were absorbed into the lifeboat fund, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.
Over anti-Semitism row
Government plans to get tough
Bought failing retailer for £1
Govt no-deal Brexit papers
'Nothing can prevent scammers developing workarounds'
Duo start roles on 1 October
Financial regulators renew anti-pensions scam campaign
Auto-enrolment enforcement rises
Ex-BBC TV and radio presenter
In response to a freedom of information request
£19.7bn withdrawn since pension freedoms
A 'risk too far'
UK could lose access to EU 'passporting' regime
"Another pension cop out"
Refrains from widespread change
Project should be led by private sector
Ixion Holdings' John Govett
Further consultation to come
Regulation to be introduced in autumn
Deal announced in May 2016
The pensions and financial inclusion minister tells James Phillips about his first year in office and his philosophy behind pension policy creation.
A consultation has been launched on granting stronger powers to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) as the government seeks to address "misuse" of flexibilities in the defined benefit (DB) funding system.