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New drive to explain State Pension reform

A major new campaign aimed at preparing today’s workers for the most significant reform of the State Pension in decades, is launched today. Pensions Minister Baroness Altmann has unveiled the

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Docklands Light Railway Pension Scheme report published

The Pensions Regulator has published details of its funding investigation into the Docklands Light Railway Pension Scheme (the ‘Scheme’). The report highlights how the regulator will take action to protect

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£1bn withdrawn from pension pots since April

If you are covering the Chancellor, George Osborne’s comment in response to questions in the House of Commons earlier today that over £1bn has been withdrawn from pension funds since

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LESLEY WILLIAMS, GROUP PENSIONS DIRECTOR AT WHITBREAD, TO BECOME NEXT NAPF CHAIR

Lesley Williams will become the next Chair of the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF), the UK’s leading voice of workplace pensions. The incoming Chair will succeed Ruston Smith, whose

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The new ministerial team for work & pensions

Iain Duncan Smith was welcomed back as the Secretary of State, alongside Lord Freud who continues as Minister for Welfare Reform. They are joined by a new ministerial team including

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Morten Nilsson’s thoughts on Ros Altmann

Morten Nilsson, CEO of NOW: Pensions comments: Ros Altmann has some big shoes to fill but she is one of the most recognisable voices in pensions. It is critical that

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Ros Altmann appointed Pensions Minister

Ros Altmann has been appointed Minister of State for Pensions by David Cameron. This follows on from the Conservative’s victory in the General Election amid a swathe of new Cabinet appointments. Altmann

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Pension providers meeting surge in consumer enquiries following introduction of the pension reforms

Pension providers meeting surge in consumer enquiries following introduction of the pension reforms ABI members handled over 200,000 calls from customers in the first week following the introduction of the