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B&CE Charitable Trust Occupational Health Research Award 2020/21 is launched

Academics, researchers and organisations are being given the chance to bid for £25,000 towards a study, following the launch of … Read More

Greater powers needed to tackle growing problem of pension scams

Urgent and decisive action must be taken by the police, Government and pensions industry to stop scammers stealing people’s life … Read More


Switching from pension default fund could cost ‘DIY’ investors up to £247,000

DIY investors risk missing out on up to £247,000 by switching from their workplace pension scheme’s default investment strategy and … Read More

The People’s Pension bolsters Trustee Board with two new appointments

Baroness Jeannie Drake CBE and consulting actuary Mark Condron1 have been appointed to The People’s Pension Board of Trustees. Both … Read More


The People’s Pension moves to a combination charge structure

One of the UK’s largest auto-enrolment pension providers has modified its charging structure, to make it fairer and futureproof against … Read More

The People’s Pension responds to the Spring Budget 2020

Commenting on the Chancellor’s announcement to increase the tapered annual allowance by £90,000 to £200,000, Gregg McClymont, director of policy … Read More


Cross-party group warns Government must act to prevent ‘next asbestos’ taking more lives in UK

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Respiratory Health has urged the Government to take action to prevent the ‘next … Read More

Leading Master Trust warns auto-enrolment savers are subsidising the rising costs of General Levy

One of the largest auto-enrolment pension providers in the UK has warned that millions of people saving for retirement through … Read More


B&CE Charitable Trust awards £25,000 grant to fund research into stress in construction

B&CE’s Charitable Trust has awarded £25,000 to researchers at the University of Lincoln, to fund research around the issue of … Read More

Ethnic minority pensioners are £3,350 a year worse off

In the UK, the average pensioner from an ethnic minority is £3,350 a year worse off than other people their … Read More