Scottish courts favour pragmatism over legal technicality again in pension scheme amendment cases15 Feb 2017
The Court of Session in Scotland has backed changes made to four pension schemes operated by the Johnston Press group, despite the fact that the way that the changes were made did not strictly comply with the method set out in the scheme rules.
Tougher corporate governance requirements should apply to large private companies with an "important social impact" in the UK, according to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee.
A better understanding of behavioural economics could help to drive up the amounts that individuals are saving for their retirement, according to the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).
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