As part of our series looking at what firms did to win accolades at the UK Pensions Awards 2016, PP speaks to Hymans Robertson third-party administration practice leader Tracy Weller about how the firm won the TPA of the Year category.
Pensions administration can be made safer by the development of blockchain technology says Robin Hames.
Brexit is likely to reduce the urgency from trustees to take action on guaranteed minimum pensions (GMP) equalisation according to Anna Rogers.
While schemes are aware of pension liberation the issue of facility takeover fraud also needs attention says Rob Saville.
Andy Mills outlines how appointing a scheme secretary can help trustee boards.
Pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann has pledged to work on net pay arrangements (NPA) that cut lower earners’ pension contributions by up to 25%.
There is no certainty if trustees will know they have to comply with forthcoming European Union (EU) data regulations says Robin Ellison.
Robust in-house administration agreements are important in ensuring good quality service, says Carly Rees.
The requirement to equalise guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) may never come to fruition under Brexit but schemes should not be complacent, according to Geraldine Brassett.
Samantha Coombs highlights the importance of keeping pension scheme data safe from cyber criminals.
Dashboard will be implemented by 2019
Nearly 60% of advisers believe a digital dashboard will help people engage in retirement planning.
A data tool to help investors assess the liquidity of fixed income assets has been launched by Euroclear in collaboration with Lyxor Asset Management.
Pension transfers should take no more than seven days between providers according to Tom McPhail.
Data difficulties around the state pension and guaranteed minimum pension contribution (GMP) can be overcome to create a pensions dashboard according to Steve Webb (pictured above).
The pension dashboard will have to incorporate the state pension to be successful according to the People’s Pension’s Darren Philp (pictured above).
2019 is 'definitely doable'
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has refreshed its accreditation standards and is considering further changes to better suit master trusts.
Charlotte Moore looks at whether robo-advice could have a role in boosting engagement with retirement planning.
Standard Life has acquired platform Axa Elevate while Axa UK confirmed plans to sell off its Wealth business.
Adopting an online approach to meetings can save trustee boards time, money and paper finds Helen Morrissey.
Establishing a pension dashboard in the UK is a question of political will and not technical details according to a Dutch expert.
Most of the industry believes employers are unlikely to absorb the increase in national insurance contributions, according to PP research.
The Pensions Ombudsman Service has added an online application option to its complaints procedure.