Over the past few decades we have seen a steady growth in private investment in infrastructure as governments have increasingly stepped away from the sector.
Despite this trend, the majority of pension schemes still have little or no exposure to the asset class. With pension funds moving into new asset classes in the search for yield, an allocation to infrastructure...
The Pension Protection Fund’s (PPF) compensation cap and restrictions on annual indexation increases could be at odds with EU law, according to a provisional judgement by the Court of Appeal.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has launched investigations into the conduct of a number of individuals involved with various Guinness Peat pension schemes between 2004 and 2012.
The Pension Protection Fund has announced the changes it will consider making to the Experian insolvency model for the 2018/19 levy ahead of the formal consultation.
The review of automatic enrolment (AE) in 2017 is an opportunity to think more strategically about pensions says Tim Sharp.