Troy Clutterbuck says action must be taken by all involved to ensure that the £400m - and growing - of unclaimed pension savings are not lost entirely
Rory Murphy says a bona fide mediation process could provide valuable evidence of reasonableness for trustee and employer alike
Targets for retirement income can help individuals improve outcomes for retirement. Paul Waters looks at how such an approach can work
Both New Zealand and Australia are assessing myriad complex pension policy options. David Harris says the UK would do well to study these developments
RPMI Railpen is in the next step in the journey towards achieving cost disclosure. Victoria Bell tells Stephanie Baxter about taking part in the Cost Transparency Initiative's pilot phase
Professional Pensions' publisher Incisive Media has acquired the Financial Services Forum, a membership community for marketing professionals across financial services.
Robin Ellison says the one great advantage of the Brexit experience has been the inability of government to pass much new legislation affecting pensions
The way pension funds invest in infrastructure is changing, with a partnership approach becoming increasingly popular. Stephanie Baxter reports
We have gone well past the brink of things not being good and the last 10 years have turned out to be so different relative to what was reasonably predicted, according to Paul Johnson.
The industry is at a "brink point" where there is an opportunity to gain savers' trust in the financial system or risk losing them, according to Richard Butcher.
The amount of hedging against interest rate risk rose to £31.7bn in the fourth quarter of last year, according to BMO Global Asset Management.
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Roger Gray says schemes must consider the benefits of investing in alternative assets.
The former head of a charity for the disabled is to be prosecuted for allegedly transferring more than £250,000 from the organisation's pension scheme.
Stephanie Baxter says some local councils' attempts to find new ways to make savings are welcome but must have strong safeguards
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David Weeks says there is a mismatch in superfunds that claim to be member friendly but then exclude member representation from their governance
An innovative funding structure has been agreed for Croydon Pension Fund. However, there are some concerns about the arrangement. Stephanie Baxter reports
Most people think it is right that savers take responsibility to protect from pension scams.
Malcolm Mclean says getting the channels of communication right and engaging more openly is a good starting point
Girish Menezes says we must not forget our young pension professionals and rising stars are critical stakeholders within the equation
The former head of the Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has joined the £45bn local authority pool for nine Midlands-based pension funds.
The government will proceed with legislation to implement collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes and aims to formally respond to the consultation in a matter of weeks, Guy Opperman has confirmed.
As the number of workers in AE reaches 10 million, the pensions minister says it's time to take stock of this successful policy
Jonathon Land says 'wait and see' is no longer an option and trustees should be proactive to ensure they are on a robust footing ahead of 29 March
Wolfgang Kuhn says pension funds must considered the real-world impacts of their investments
As the DWP's consultation on consolidation comes to a close, Stephanie Baxter takes a look at the industry's responses
Kim Gubler says neither DWP nor TPR want a repeat of what happened with master trusts
As the consultation on defined benefit (DB) consolidation closes this week, PIC's Jay Shah sets out his concerns about the superfund model
The last month has seen a flurry of reports, studies, consultations and discussion papers published. Con Keating takes a look
Pub and hotel giant Fuller's will make an additional contribution to its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme following the proposed sale of its entire beer business.
As the DWP's consultation on collective DC closes, Stephanie Baxter finds most responses are broadly supportive but some are critical, pointing out there is a long way to go to get it right
The first specialist independent firm advising pension schemes on bulk annuities or moving to a consolidator has been set up with ambitions to shake up the market.
Tim Sharp warns the DWP's plans for collective DC risk establishing an inhospitable environment for the lay trustee
Henry Tapper says proposals to tender the data architecture, putting one organisation or consortium as sole pension finder - are proving contentious
Jane Kola looks at what pension funds can they do to improve their chances of concluding a successful deal on good terms
Derivative-based overlay strategies have become more popular in the past year. Stephanie Baxter explores whether they will be widely adopted by pension funds
Richard Butcher says not all presents are welcome or easy to enjoy, and the same goes with transaction cost disclosure
Despite the gloom around Brexit and all the challenges facing pensions, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Top industry commentators tell Stephanie Baxter why there is cause for optimism
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
The FT's Josephine Cumbo was named Social Media Influencer of the Year at the Women in Pensions Awards. She speaks to Stephanie Baxter about the power of Twitter.
RPMI's director of trustee accounting Victoria Bell was named pensions manager of the year at the inaugural Women in Pensions Awards. She speaks to Stephanie Baxter about her achievements
The Pensions Administration Standards Association's Margaret Snowdon won the coveted Pensions Woman of the Year award. She tells Stephanie Baxter about lessons she has learned along the way.
Females can expect to live a greater number of years in poor health than males, according to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for 2015 to 2017.
The London Borough of Tower Hamlets Pension Fund has purchased protection for around £700m of equities in the run-up to its March 2019 triennial valuation.
Ros Altmann says there is no need for any legislation to get the dashboard project moving, and the first step could be to sort out data accuracy and reliability issues
Scotland's second largest local pension fund has appointed Doug Heron as its new chief executive to replace outgoing Clare Scott.
Muse Advisory's CEO and co-founder was named joint Role Model of the Year at the inaugural Women in Pensions Awards. She speaks to Stephanie Baxter about her success