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UK pensioners to benefit as judges order insolvent Nortel’s assets to be divided equally

Former UK employees of Nortel Networks, the insolvent Canadian telecoms firm, could receive up to two thirds of their long-deferred pension claims after the US and Canadian courts ruled that the company’s remaining assets should be equally divided among all... 18 May 2015

Regulator: results of first EU occupational pension 'stress tests' due before end of year

The first 'stress tests' of EU occupational pension schemes will measure the anticipated resilience of both defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) schemes against financial market shocks, according to the regulator. 14 May 2015

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Industry-backed pension scams guidance will help consumer protection 'balancing act', says expert

New guidance will help pension scheme trustees, administrators and providers 'walk the tightrope' between protecting members from pension "scams" and giving them their statutory right to transfer their savings, an expert has said. 17 Mar 2015

Lord Hutton: UK workers should save 15% of income to fund their retirement

Automatic enrolment alone will not be enough to provide today's pension savers with enough to live on in retirement unless minimum contribution levels are increased, according to a pensions industry expert. 12 Mar 2015

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