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Aon comes to the aid of the AA in bulk annuity purchase

Aon has advised the AA’s pension scheme on its first bulk annuity purchase. The AA Pension Scheme is undertaking a gradual de-risking programme. As part of this approach, it has

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The Bank of New York Pension Plan appoints Hymans Robertson to advisory role

The trustees of The Bank of New York Pension Plan have chosen Hymans Robertson, to provide defined contribution investment advice to the £450 million plan. According to Hymans Robertson, the

European Pensions News

Marsh to acquire JLT

Marsh has agreed a $5.6 billion (£4.26 billion) deal to buy Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) Group. The deal prices JLT’s shares at £19.15 each. Marsh said the transaction will be

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US climbs Western Europe-dominated Natixis Global Retirement Index

The US moved up one spot in the Natixis Global Retirement Index to 16th, but fell well short of Western European countries such as Switzerland and the Netherlands, which continue

News UK Pensions

B&CE brings in Redbond as IT director

B&CE, provider of The People’s Pension, has appointed David Redbond as its new director of IT. Redbond joins B&CE with a wealth of experience, having worked in a number of

News UK Pensions

TPR uses new enforcement powers for first time

Fraudsters, poorly performing trustees and rogue employers are being tackled through the use of a wider range of The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) powers. TPR’s latest quarterly compliance and enforcement bulletin

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FCA and TPR warn public of pension scammer tactics

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) have launched a new campaign to tackle pension scams, as the latest figures reveal that victims of pension scammers lost

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FTSE350 pension gap has more than halved, finds Mercer

The accounting deficit of defined benefit pension schemes for the UK’s 350 largest listed companies decreased from £72 billion at the start of 2018 to £32 billion on 31 July,

European Pensions News

PensionsEurope CEO joins expert group

Matti Leppälä of PensionsEurope has been appointed to a high-level group of experts on pensions. Leppälä, who is secretary general/CEO of PensionsEurope, has joined the European Commission’s group of pension

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Pensions dashboard petition edges closer to 87,000 signatures

Support for the pensions dashboard is growing, with almost 87,000 signatures already gathered in protest against work and pensions secretary Esther McVey’s reported decision to scrap the project. The petition