Arif Husain looks at how rising correlations in the bond market is affecting strategy
Malcolm McLean looks at how changes to the state pension may negatively affect women.
Last week’s Queen’s Speech was a missed opportunity to raise awareness of pension scams finds Helen Morrissey.
Pensions are complex but who is there to help individuals understand more? Henry Tapper asks who the new pensions intermediaries are.
Ian Pittaway looks at the challenges the industry faces in measuring value for money.
Is now the time for regulation of the master trust market? Helen Morrissey hopes so.
Stewart Bevan highlights the impact costs can have on scheme portfolios.
Peter Sparkes looks at the challenges facing new member nominated trustees.
A recent report says a more confident approach from trustees could result in real innovative thinking. Helen Morrissey is inclined to agree.
Peter Askins says we need more diversity on trustee boards.
Star Wars and pensions may seem an unlikely mix but Raj Mody believes there are lessons to be learned from the blockbusting franchise.
Colin Moore asks pension funds to focus on achieving consistency rather than maximising returns.
Helen Morrissey asks whether the BHS case shows trustees need more support from TPR.
John Gray looks at whether current contribution levels across DB and DC are adequate.
Richard Butcher takes a look at how the lifetime ISA could affect pension saving.
Andrew Milligan says living in a world of low numbers would be manageable if it were not for the volatility.
Catherine Howarth believes the inclusion of ESG considerations in the IORP II Directive is crucial to protect pension savers in a highly uncertain, low-returns environment.
Rupert Brindley explains why he believes pension schemes should consider ‘all-rounder’ assets to help deal with current market volatility.
Kevin Wesbroom looks at current attitudes to the recently introduced LISA and asks if we need a new approach.
Jonathan Stapleton looks at why schemes need to get more vocal about tax avoidance in the wake of the Panama paper furore.
David Harris says the overhaul of Pension Wise could allow more cost efficient and better thought out solutions for consumer advice to emerge.
Robin Ellison asks whether our approach to risk needs to change.
Poor quality data can complicate the journey of many schemes applying to the Financial Assistance Scheme. Terry Monk highlights this issues schemes should bear in mind.
Pension scams have been an unwelcome feature of the pensions landscape for quite some time. However, the introduction of freedom and choice has undoubtedly made things worse. Helen Morrissey asks how we can tackle the scammers.