Natanje Holt says the pensions dashboard could hold the key to helping people engage with their saving if it is set up correctly
Aon Hewitt has announced it will no longer offer standalone pension administration services in the UK market.
Almost all defined benefit (DB) trustees show excellent understanding of financial concepts, but most boards lack diversity.
Darren Philp looks at what needs to happen to make the pensions dashboard a success
Schemes can improve their governance by putting more member-nominated trustees (MNTs) on their board, according to the Association of Member-Nominated Trustees.
Trustees are being urged to use quarterly meetings to set their administration priorities and scrutinise providers.
The money smaller schemes pay in actuarial fees is going further on a like-for-like basis, research from KGC Associates finds.
The ABI is charging too high fees for providers to take part in the pension dashboard and it would alienate smaller firms, the industry has said.
Administrators have a moral duty to ensure transfers are done correctly and take an assertive stance against scammers, according to an administration manager.
There are too high expectations on the pension dashboard to solve a lot of problems in the UK's fragmented system, says Gregg McClymont.
17 providers already involved
There has been a spike in requests for DB transfers following the pension freedoms and higher transfer values. Michael Klimes looks at how the industry is coping.
Nearly one in three pension schemes has been affected by fraud, with victims experiencing a threefold rise in scams in the last 12 months alone, latest RSM research reveals.
Barnett Waddingham is the latest organisation to receive top-tier accreditation from the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).
Aries Insight has appointed Laura Kerr as a pensions technical consultant in a continued expansion of the team.
An Irish High Court case could put pressure on UK schemes that transfer data to the US to beef up measures they use to protect members' data. Michael Klimes finds out why.
David Harris says we can learn a lot from the Nordics when it comes to developing pension dashboards.
The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) has launched an online tool to give guidance to savers who are worried they are at threat from pension scams.
Six firms chosen to work on pro bono basis
A platform which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to talk to customers about their retirement and financial wellbeing has been launched by a start-up firm.
Pension scheme administrators are being urged to prepare for big changes in how they submit information to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) under a new platform.
Over £100bn has been transferred by the Origo Options Transfers service since it started eight years ago, driven by rising demand since Freedom and Choice.
The government is looking for a new administrator to service the Royal Mail Statutory Pension (RMSPS) Scheme, the UK's sixth largest public sector pension fund.
Professional Pensions talks to Barnett Waddingham's Andy Greig about admin challenges, GMP equalisation, data and pension scams.