While it is difficult to be anything more than mildly hopeful about the outlook for Europe, there are several good reasons to be cheerful about the US economy. This is in spite of the white-knuckle ride of the fiscal cliff negotiations and the continuing budget wrangling.
While political negotiations in the US may be melodramatic, it is important to keep them in perspective. Artemis Global Select Fund co-manager Simon Edelsten says: “None of the packages currently being...
Universities Superannuation Scheme is one of few UK pension funds actively addressing climate change risks. Co-head of responsible investment David Russell tells Stephanie Baxter how to bring the rest of the industry up to speed.
Well-funded defined benefit (DB) schemes should not be subject to triennial actuarial valuations, the Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) non-executive chair Mark Boyle has said.
The delayed launch of a service to check the protection status of members following the lifetime allowance (LTA) cut will mean extra work for administrators.
More than a third of workers have been auto-enrolled but coverage is uneven across the country and people still do not understand pensions, according to two surveys.