This week's Pensions Buzz results on ESG have caused a lot of debate finds Helen Morrissey.
Industry does not take climate risk to heart in its investment decisions, PP research reveals.
Industry believes stopping schemes from buying gilts would be a bad idea, PP research finds
The government should not impose a blanket ban on members transferring their defined benefit (DB) funds, according to an overwhelming 90% of Pensions Buzz respondents.
This week we want to know whether the government should ditch the triple lock for state pensions and instead move to a double lock policy to potentially save £6bn a year.
Any surplus funds the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) accumulates should not be returned to the levy payers who provided them, according to almost 60% of respondents.
This week we want to know if Theresa May’s (pictured above) government is downgrading pensions and if capital adequacy requirements for master trusts could make them insolvent.
There must be clarity on tax relief sooner rather than later according to PP research.
This week we want to know what single area listed in Ros Altmann’s resignation letter as priorities is the most important.
Trustees need to think about the consequences of Brexit according to PP research.
This week we want to know if schemes need a different approach in how they calculate liabilities and if NEST will repay its loan to the government.
The triple lock on state pensions most likely to go due to Brexit according to PP research.
Majority of people believe Brexit is a bad decision for UK according to PP research.
Majority of respondents believe trustees can perform fiduciary duties despite murky information on investment fees.
This week we want to know if the industry takes the security the Pensions Protection Fund (PPF) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) provide to pensioners for granted.
The majority of respondents in this week's PP survey believe it would be inappropriate for pensions ministers to side-step the regulator to rescue a crisis-hit scheme.
This week we want to know if TPR is being unfairly criticised during the BHS hearings and what aspect has the most influence on issues faced by DB schemes.
Most respondents believe a move away from selling products is essential
This week we want to know if the current low interest rate environment is due to cyclical or structural factors.
Trustees who understand sponsors' needs will not lead to lower likelihood of default according to PP research.
Have your say: Are fears of a dangerous precedent from changing benefits at British Steel exaggerated?
This week we want to know if the fears of setting a dangerous precedent by changing benefits at the British Steel Pension Scheme are overblown.
Majority of respondents urge against introducing mandatory time limit on recovery plans according to PP research.
In this week’s Pensions Buzz we want to know if there should be a mandatory limit on recovery plans for DB schemes and how long for.
LISA is not right for AE PP research finds.