JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor (...)

The Pensions Board last year embarked upon a review of the structure of Ireland’s defined-contribution (DC) pension schemes. The process saw 44(...)

Investment strategies offered to DC pension-holders as a default should be detailed in plain language.

Defined contribution (DC) pension schemes should disclose their charges on a publicly available register, breaking them down by areas such as administ(...)

Ibec’s head of industrial relations and human resources Maeve McElwee said the rules at present are “desperately unfair”

Employers group Ibec welcomed the changes and said it had been lobbying for years to see defined benefit schemes distributed more fairly between those(...)

New legislation to be published today to address problems with defined benefit pension schemes cannot be retrospectively applied to funds that have ru(...)

To complicate matters further, it is understood that the liabilities of the pension scheme increased over the summer months.

The trustees of the joint Aer Lingus-Dublin Airport Authority pension fund are expected to inform the employers and trade unions today that members’ b(...)

An illustration of the ineptitude of government and its inertia when it comes to the issue of pensions came with the news yesterday that Independent N(...)

Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authorit seek urgent discussions with trustees over latest development

Both Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority are seeking urgent meetings with the trustees of their joint pension scheme after it emerged yesterda(...)

Joan Burton, Minister for Social Protection, pictured at the launch of the report with chairperson of the Board, Jane Williams (l) and chief executive Brendan Kennedy (r).

The Pensions Board continues to have concerns about defined benefit pension schemes.Speaking at the launch of its annual report for 2012 this morning,(...)