This week, we want to know whether the Communication Workers Union's plan for a risk-sharing scheme at Royal Mail signals it is time to revisit defined ambition.
Imposing a higher levy on schemes without a substantive sponsor would be fairer and act as a deterrent, according to Pensions Buzz respondents.
This week we want to know if consultants are reluctant to offer trustee clients honest feedback and if they have a firm understanding of implicit investment costs.
Fully merging DB assets and liabilities into superfunds is "impractical and unrealistic", according to most respondents in last week's Pensions Buzz.
A supermajority of pensions buzz respondents rebuked a suggestion that all defined benefit (DB) schemes should be merged into one.
PP research finds disagreement on whether transfers to SSASs are the problem and should be barred.
This week we want to know if The Pensions Regulator's call to ban pension transfers to small self-administered schemes (SSASs) is a good idea.
This week we want to know if the pension system is better now than 20 years ago, and what has been the biggest development in pensions.
Defined benefit (DB) schme members should have access to the government's new £1,500 advice allowance, the industry has said.
This week we want to know if the government's new £1,500 pension advice allowance will help close the UK's advice gap and if it should be extended to DB savers.
Brexit will not have a material impact on auto-enrolment (AE) contribution rates and should not be used as an excuse to meddle with the regime, the industry has said.
This week we want to know if increased auto-enrolment flexibility is needed and whether there is a minimum number of people required for a trustee board to operate effectively.
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.
Industry believes equipping trustees with the right skills to tackle pension fraud will be more effective than extra legislation.
This week we want to know what is the hardest type of pension fraud to stop and what action would best tackle it.
Pensions Buzz respondents believe auto-enrolment is Sir Steve's legacy, but others questioned if he could claim credit for the policy.
This week we want to know what was Sir Steve Webb's greatest achievement, and if transfer values quotations to cash in defined benefit (DB) pensions have peaked.
PP research finds readers have concerns about how a master trust lifeboat fund would be funded.
This week we want to know if there should be a lifeboat fund for master trusts in the event of insolvency and how it should be funded.
Equities and infrastructure are the top asset classes to bet on doing well next year, according to PP research.
In the final Pensions Buzz of 2016, we want to know which asset class you would bet on doing well next year.
Respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz see the BHS saga as a touchstone for fundamental issues at play in the pensions sector.
Most respondents in last week's Pensions Buzz were not shocked by the revelation that thousands of DC schemes are breaching scheme return rules.
This week we want to know if greater government intervention in the investment consultant market improves outcomes for members, and do you think corporate pension consultants are worth their fees?