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Editor, Professional Pensions
Helen is editor of Professional Pensions and has twelve years' experience of writing about pensions and retirement from both a retail and institutional standpoint.
She initially joined Professional Pensions in December 2003 as a features writer and was made editor in October 2014.
In addition to her work on Professional Pensions Helen also edited Retirement Planner, a magazine aimed at independent financial advisers for eight years.
While she has written on a range of retirement related topics over the years she specialises in at and post-retirement issues. She has appeared on the BBC's Your Money programme on several occasions and appears regularly on Share Radio.
Helen holds the Pensions Management Institute's Retirement Provision Certificate (RPC).
In her spare time Helen is a keen runner with a number of half and full marathons under her belt. She is currently training for her first - and she believes her last - ultramarathon.
Helen Morrissey spoke to DB Taskforce chairman Ashok Gupta at the recent PLSA Investment Conference about industry reaction to its recent report
Improving diversity is about delivering improved results rather than being nice to people or being politically correct according to Helena Morrissey.
Greater diversity of thought and approach is needed if schemes are to make the most of the current low return environment.
The relationship between consultants and trustees must become more candid and challenging if real improvements are to be made, according to Redington director of strategy Paul Richards.
If industry-led initiatives to tackle cost transparency do not stand up to scrutiny the FCA will look to regulate.
The industry must change its mind-set that consolidation of defined benefit (DB) funds is too difficult, according to DB Taskforce chairman Ashok Gupta.
The potential merger between Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life will give the combined firm the scale to compete effectively in the US.
The recent Brewster case threw a spotlight on the issue of death benefits for cohabiting couples.
The top three consultants have put together a package of measures designed to increase transparency and competitiveness in the consultancy and fiduciary management markets. Helen Morrissey gets the industry response
Helen Morrissey looks back on 20 years of Professional Pensions.