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The EBA recently published an update on the use and classification of role-based allowances.
The Pensions Ombudsman has recently published two decisions which highlight some potential issues arising when scheme administrators fail to inform members that they benefit from a guaranteed annuity rate (GAR).
Ccommercial parties get more leeway to enter into contracts that reflect their true interests...
HMRC under pressure to find a solution that is workable for the UK defined benefit pension scheme regime.
Ruling ikely to place significant responsibilities on those who process Big Data collated around the world.
The UK Government has confirmed its intention to introduce a cap of £95,000 on severance payments made to public sector employees upon the termination of their employment.
On 6 April 2016 any power to repay surplus funds to an employer will be lost, unless action has been taken...
A recent decision in the Supreme Court of British Columbia explored once again the vexed question of the law of passing off in relation to keyword advertising.
One of the key advantages of international arbitration over litigation is certainty of enforcement. That may be about to change...
New assessment of remuneration ratio and efficiency under the CRD IV Directive.
Growing divergence in the assessment of abuse of dominance cases...
Potential developers of new generation projects could be affected by Ofgem’s proposals.
Important points about the abolishment of defined benefit pension schemes.
Change to ‘connected employer’ test proposed.
The appropriate strategy in the event that a Scottish LP is part of a more complex fraudulent structure.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA or the Act) came into force on 1 October 2015, with the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) hailing it as the ’biggest overhaul of consumer rights in a generation’.
Consultation reveals stakeholder concerns.
Member’s investment in an unregulated collective investment scheme failed.
Propsed law could hit private investment as well as educational institutions.
The PPF has proposed changes, some of which are up for consultation, some not.