Top bosses forced into pensions climbdown

This weekend British Gas owner Centrica, property giant British Land, energy network National Grid, ­plumbing distributor Ferguson and rental company Ashtead are understood to be reviewing their executive pension policies with a view to cutting payout


Seven myths about pensions busted

Automatic enrolment started in autumn 2012, amid concerns people were living for longer but not saving enough for their later years.


Consultation into pension ‘superfunds’ launched

While the outlook for the vast majority of schemes is positive, in that members can expect to receive the pensions they have been promised, there are some schemes where the outlook is much more uncertain, the consultation document said.