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Funding improvement for FTSE 100 pension schemes

After a decade of deficits, pension schemes for FTSE 100 companies have seen a shift to a surplus position of £3 billion in July, which is up from a £34 billion shortfall when compared to the same tim ... Read More

Pension scammers falsely claim to be calling on behalf of the Pensions Regulator

The Pensions Regulator (tPR) have received two reports of fraudsters calling individuals and falsely claiming to work for the watchdog. The callers offered a “free pension review” in an attempt to obt ... Read More

As many as one in four people in the UK have been targeted by pension or investment scammers

The results from a recent survey undertaken by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has shown that as many as a quarter of all UK adults have received unsolicited approaches about pensions or investm ... Read More

Strength of sponsor support for DB schemes increases

On 8 June, PricewaterhouseCooper’s (PwC) published their annual report which shows the ability of sponsoring employers to support defined benefit (DB) pension schemes. The PwC report is based ... Read More

The Chief Executive of the Pensions Regulator resigns

It has recently been announced that Lesley Titcomb, the Chief Executive of the Pensions Regulator (tPR), will leave her role after her current contract ends in February 2019. Ms Titcomb’s decision t ... Read More

New data protection regulation from 25 May 2018

You will no doubt be aware that the new data protection regulation - General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR – is coming into effect on 25 May 2018. The Trustee holds information about you, and you ... Read More