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Stephanie Baxter is a financial journalist at Rhotic Media, and former deputy editor of Professional Pensions.
She joined Professional Pensions as chief correspondent in July 2014 before being promoted to news editor in 2016, and then deputy editor in 2017, before leaving the publication in 2019. In 2020, she joined Rhotic Media.
Stephanie has written across a range of pension topics including fund management, defined benefit scheme funding, local government pensions, and regulation.
Stephanie has been a financial journalist for eight years.
She joined Professional Pensions from her role as online editor at Global Investor/ISF, a Euromoney-owned title covering the asset servicing, asset management and securities finance sectors.
Stephanie was awarded Journalist of the Year (Pensions) at the State Street UK Institutional Press Awards 2017.
She was shortlisted as Journalist of the Year at the 2015 Incisive Media Awards, and was also shortlisted as Investor Services & Technology Journalist of the Year in the 2013 State Street UK Institutional Press Awards.
Outside of pensions, Stephanie enjoys running, going to the theatre, ballet and music gigs.
Nearly 60% of UK employers consider defined contribution (DC) master trusts to be the "most suitable" pension fund for their employees, according to research by Buck.
The lifeboat fund's reserves have fallen by £0.6bn but investment performance weathered significant market volatility, increasing assets under management by £2bn.
With record numbers saving for retirement, Guy Opperman says we have an opportunity to make it easier for people to engage with their pensions
Brian Cronin says an affordable housing equity fund would provide a lifeline to dealing with the housing crisis and also give a much-needed boost to pensions
Boris Johnson would be detrimental to pensions if he becomes prime minister later this month, a majority of Buzz respondents said.
The suspension of the renowned manager's equity fund serves some important lessons and highlights the importance of properly managing liquidity, writes Stephanie Baxter
Matthew Harrison looks at what the forthcoming defined benefit funding code of practice means for pension schemes
Judith Donnelly explains why pension trustees need to review and negotiate investment documents and highlights some of the worst examples of unfair clauses