The ombudsman’s ruling in favour of the trustees and sponsor in the Kingfisher Pension Scheme case could have huge implications for future cases, writes Michael Klimes
William Parry looks at the challenges pension schemes face before appointing a fiduciary manager and recommends what schemes can do to get the answers and information they need
As the £5.1bn Neuberger Berman High Yield Bond Fund approaches its 10-year anniversary, Thomas O’Reilly examines the current state of the asset class and explains why investors are witnessing an attractive pocket of opportunity in fallen angels.
The tale of BHS has taken a dramatic turn after the first Work and Pensions Committee hearings into the retail giant. PP looks at what has happened in the past week
The freedom and choice agenda has shaken up pensions but there are concerns it is increasing inequality. Michael Klimes finds out why
Claus Vorm asks what role duration plays in multi-asset portfolios and what are the alternatives?
Master trusts have grown rapidly as a result of auto-enrolment but there are concerns about the regulatory framework that underpins them. Padraig Floyd asks how things can be improved.
As MPs investigate the factors behind BHS’s collapse, Michael Klimes looks at whether the regulator and trustees could have done anything differently.
Employers are increasingly realising they have a responsibility to change employee behaviours around health and wellbeing. Nick Martindale looks at the steps they can take.
Charlotte Moore looks at whether robo-advice could have a role in boosting engagement with retirement planning.
Adopting an online approach to meetings can save trustee boards time, money and paper finds Helen Morrissey.
PP looks at whether fears that market liquidity is falling are justified and if we should be worried.
The industry is watching the story unfold around BHS. PP looks at the latest developments.
What impact has freedom and choice had on the behaviour of those looking to access their retirement savings? Gill Wadsworth takes a look.
IGCs and trustees are still a long way from getting transparency on transaction costs, finds PP.
Royal London has come up with a plan to boost pensions coverage for the self-employed. PP looks at the details
The spotlight on master trusts is getting brighter amid concerns of wind-up failures.
As the fiduciary management market continues to grow Lynn Strongin-Dodds looks at how schemes can measure their manager’s performance.
Figures reveal a lack of belief in pensions which will be difficult to overcome.
Honor Fell and Nick Lewis look at why environmental, social and governance integration remains challenging for many pension funds.
PP takes a look at the first IGC reports to see how the
Helen Ball looks at the key issues for trustees of defined contribution schemes.
The government is being urged to legislate to tackle the rising problem of scams. PP looks at what can be done.
With the steel industry's fortunes hanging in the balance, PP considers the prospects for its pension fund.