The government is scaling back issuance of index-linked gilts as a result of concerns over the long-term inflation impact they have on public finances.
In the third and final part of a series on choosing asset managers. Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Richard Butcher and Roger Mattingly about beauty parades.
The industry has welcomed the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA's) working paper on the information available to trustees on the fees and quality of investment consultants and fiduciary managers.
CMA: Competitive processes not providing trustees with 'necessary information' to judge value for money of ICs and FMs
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has released a working paper detailing its analysis around the information available to trustees on the fees and quality of investment consultants and fiduciary managers.
Trustees are becoming more alert to fraud risks but are still too complacent when it comes to prevention, RSM says.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) is calling for nominations for the position of chair of its newly created policy board.
There is just one week left to register to enter the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2018.
Nearly a third (32%) of employers believe new technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality, will play a part in benefits communications, latest research from Aon Employee Benefits reveals.
Salvus Master Trust has launched a new product in a bid to help firms remove the cost of administering the pots of deferred and legacy trust-based defined contribution (DC) members.
One of the curiosities of Carillion's failure was how shareholders in the firm seemingly failed to notice the firm's demise.
In the second of a three-part series on choosing asset managers, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Richard Butcher and Roger Mattingly about how trustees shortlist managers.
The government has been urged to enable the creation of a new at-retirement product which would combine existing income drawdown arrangements with insurance against future care costs.
I don't always agree with Richard Butcher - I think he would be disappointed if I did - but his speech at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's annual chair's dinner last week was spot on.
In the first of a three part series on how trustees choose asset managers, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Richard Butcher and Roger Mattingly about how trustees review asset manager performance.
Patrick McCoy has been appointed to lead Xafinity Punter Southall's combined investment teams.
Gig economy workers could become eligible for auto-enrolment pensions as result of a consultation launched by the government in response to the Taylor Review.
Health and wellbeing initiatives are failing to appeal to employees, with 70% of workers saying such programmes do not meet their needs, latest research from Willis Towers Watson reveals.
The industry has been calling for some sort of alternative to defined benefit (DB) schemes for as long as I can remember - saying such arrangements could provide a third way between DB and defined contribution (DC) schemes.
Shares in Capita have fell by over 40% this morning after the outsourcing firm announced it had suspended its dividend and initiated a multi-year transformation plan.
Carillion trustees received advice in 2012 to implement a progressive dividend policy and put in place other undertakings and support structures but these recommendations were rebuffed by the sponsor, correspondence has revealed.
"We must do something, this is something, therefore we must do this," is the politician's fallacy famously expounded by Sir Humphrey Appleby in the BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has told the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) it has launched a probe to decide whether there is any basis for using its anti-avoidance powers with regards to Carillion.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has provided little evidence of hard action despite being aware of problems at Carillion since at least 2008, Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field has said.
UPDATED Robin Ellison: TPR 'decided not to exercise powers' despite trustee concern over Carillion schemes
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) failed to use its powers to force Carillion to pay higher contributions into its schemes despite trustees repeatedly raising concerns over the issue, Robin Ellison has said.