All items: Pensions

  • Football club fined for missing pensions auto-enrolment staging date

    29 April 2016

    Swindon Town Football Club (STFC) has been named and shamed by the Pensions Regulator for failing to meet its staging date for pensions auto-enrolment, and has been forced to pay almost £23,000 in fines.

  • TUC urges Government to review pension survivor benefits for same-sex couples

    2 July 2015

    The TUC is calling for the Government to review pension survivor benefits for same-sex couples, as civil partners or same-sex spouses are often left comparatively worse off when their partner dies.

  • Good-practice modelling principles unveiled by Pensions Institute

    1 May 2013

    The majority of defined-contribution (DC) pension plans are badly designed, according to the Pensions Institute, part of the Cass Business School at City University, London. A paper recently published by the institute maintains that the main reason is that they are modelled incorrectly.

  • New pensions auto-enrolment qualification

    1 December 2012

    The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has launched the Certificate in Pensions Automatic Enrolment. In developing this qualification, the PMI has recognised that many people who will have to tackle automatic enrolment may never have dealt with pensions before.

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