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The complainant’s daughter was employed by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) and was a member of the LGPS.
Guidance about how outsourced employees under the old Fair Deal can be re-admitted to the NHS Pension Scheme has been issued by the Department of Health.
Changes are to be made to the 55 per cent tax charge that applies when some lump-sum death benefits are paid from a registered pension scheme to a member’s estate.
NEST is a trust-based occupational money purchase scheme, which was established under the Pensions Act 2008.
The Supreme Court has denied lenders a claim for equitable compensation for a solicitors’ breach of trust that exceeds that of the actual loss caused.
The CMA has made an order designed to address the adverse competition effects identified by the Competition Commission.
The CMA is to make a ‘Phase 2’ market investigation reference in relation to the supply of retail banking services to personal current account customers and SMEs.
Breaking news... EAT confirms holiday pay must include overtime payments — what should employers do? download
The EAT has held that holiday pay should include non-compulsory and non-guaranteed overtime payments. This is a decision with huge implications for employers.
This is a cautionary tale for lenders to take care that their rights under an ‘all monies’ clause are not lost when enforcement action is taken against individual security in separate actions.
Two strikes and you’re out — the FCA gives further insight into the new consumer credit regime download
The FCA has answered questions from consumer credit businesses about its proposed approach to regulation as set out in its October consultation paper.
The Financial Conduct Authority consultation paper — regulatory fees and levies: policy proposals for 2014–15 download
The Financial Conduct Authority will take over the regulation of consumer credit from the Office of Fair Trading on 1 April 2014.
The government has announced that it will cap the cost of payday loans. The level of the cap will be decided by the Financial Conduct Authority.
As more details of the Contracts for Difference scheme become available, Walker Morris compares some of the key risks under each scheme.
There will be a period of time in which developers will have a choice of which scheme to seek support under.
On 5 November, the European Commission published a communication, ‘Delivering the internal electricity market and making the most of public intervention’.
DECC published two policy papers on 31 October 2013: its Annual Energy Statement 2013 and the Statutory Security of Supply Report 2013.
Public companies and large private companies that have been incorporated a number of years are likely to have accumulated a number of subsidiaries, some of which will be defunct.
On 16 September 2013, the Charity Commission published its revised public benefit guidance for all charities.
Local authorities are increasingly using innovative methods of delivering library services, including transferring libraries to community ownership.
The UK government maintains its drive to promote industrial and provident societies and staff mutuals with the publication of a recent consultation on IPS reforms.