Jonathan Stapleton takes a look at what was making the headlines in the first weekly editions of Professional Pensions back in 1997
Jonathan Stapleton looks at the firms who were advertising in the first editions of Professional Pensions and how the consultancy, asset manager and provider markets have changed over the past 20 years
The way schemes invest has changed dramatically over the past 20 years in response to a whole raft of challenges. Stephanie Baxter asks if they're in a better place now.
It is a daunting task to look over the sheer volume of pensions regulation from the past two decades. Michael Klimes analyses the key developments
Pension schemes have been forced to rethink and reshape by the courts over the last 20 years. James Phillips looks back at the most impactful cases
Ever since Freedom and Choice there have been worries people could spend their pension savings too early on. Michael Klimes considers a way to prevent this
A DCIF report raises concerns about lack of investment choice in master trusts and difficulties in distinguishing between providers. Michael Klimes explores the details
Australia's seventh biggest superfund puts ESG issues at the very heart of its investment decision process. Stephanie Baxter takes a look at UniSuper's grown-up strategy
With DB transfer activity at very high levels amid fraud concerns, Michael Klimes asks if partial transfers can offer more security for members
Schemes often look at total investment returns when assessing success. However, a recent paper says other factors should also be taken into account. Helen Morrissey reports
A new index hopes to demonstrate the economic case for annuities in comparison to cash ISAs, equities and drawdown, but is this really possible? James Phillips reports
Diversified growth funds have been incredibly popular but in order to survive they must adapt to a time where DC will be their fastest growing client base. Stephanie Baxter looks at what the future holds for DGFs
Economic uncertainty is expected to grow while the UK leaves the European Union, which could make it harder to increase auto-enrolment contribution rates. Michael Klimes asks if more flexibility is needed
As public sector pension schemes battle against discrimination claims, James Phillips explores whether private sector schemes should be prepared
It has been 10 years since the first pensioner buy-in was completed. Helen Morrissey looks at how the industry has evolved.
Here's the list of all buy-ins over £100m carried out since 2007.
A consultation from the Department for Work and Pensions which has just closed proposes a new way to do GMP equalisation. Michael Klimes finds out how safe it is for trustees to use
There are big questions about currency hedges when sterling has fallen so significantly since Brexit. Schemes should revisit that hedge and prepare for further volatility, says Stephanie Baxter
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.
EU rules downgrading local authority funds to retail investors is throwing up complications for pooling and infrastructure investment. The FCA must ensure pools are part of the solution, writes Stephanie Baxter
An employment tribunal case about age discrimination against younger firefighters raises questions about intergenerational fairness in pensions, writes Michael Klimes
AE staging dates are spread across seven years, but small businesses will have very little time to prepare for rate increases. James Phillips reports
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.
Section 75 debt regulation is inadvertently causing huge financial distress for employers in the industry-wide plumbers' scheme. After years of inaction the government must urgently find a solution, writes Stephanie Baxter