Month: May 2019

In the news this week TPR publishes its analysis of schemes whose funding valuation is due this year, an entire trustee board is replaced due to lack of competence and two Scottish airports face strike action over DB closure.

In the news this week HMRC announces further delays to its provision of GMP data, new investment cost disclosure templates are launched, a case at the CJEU could improve PPF benefits, a successful PIE exercise is run and M&S buys in again.

In the news this week the DB funding code is delayed, a review of TPR has been published, John Lewis announces the closure of its DB scheme and the Court of Appeal decides a scheme’s historic pension increases were invalid.

In the news this week the Pensions Regulator has fined a professional trustee firm more than £100,000 for multiple breaches of pensions law, and the Government has revealed that the joint-regulator campaign ScamSmart has saved an estimated £33 million from scams.

In the news this week the Pensions Regulator has published an action plan following the independent review of the British Steel scheme restructuring, the FCA launches a debate on intergenerational finance, and 3i buys in again.