Michael Klimes explores the challenges to the rollout of biometrics in schemes and the benefits it could bring.
Scottish Widows and Standard Life recently completed the industry's first two automated bulk transfers of occupational schemes. Michael Klimes examines how automation reduces risks
For the first time, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is asking schemes to submit information around data as part of the annual scheme return. The watchdog's Anthony Raymond explains what changes are being made and why trustees and administrators should start...
Communicating GMP calculations to members is no easy task. Matthew Doggett looks at how TPT Retirement Solutions has addressed the challenge
Communications consultancy Quietroom has developed a simplified statutory money purchase illustration (SMPI) in a bid to engage members with their pension savings.
Ransomware is the most likely type of cyber attack on pensions says RSM head of pensions Ian Bell.
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has confirmed the government will support the dashboard.
Margaret Snowdon says the industry must be more willing to err on the side of caution as the government's solutions will not stop scammers
Redington has launched an investment governance service to help trustees receive "honest feedback" after many said they rarely see such comments from consultants.
Michael Klimes examines the key recommendations from the ABI's roadmap report on the dashboard.
The government must introduce legislation to force schemes to give data to the pensions dashboard if it is to succeed, an Association of British Insurers (ABI) report says.
Trustees should take more interest in the development and use of biometrics the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) says.
Michael Klimes explores how the Pension Quality Mark's new communications guide can help the industry can improve engagement with members
The Dutch custodian bank is launching a dedicated financial technology team to build innovative and unique data solutions to improve pension scheme governance, PP can reveal.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) will set up a mediation service to help schemes resolve issues when changing third-party administrator (TPA), PP can reveal.
Schemes should explore new ways of engaging with Generation Y to encourage them to achieve better retirement outcomes, writes Kim Kaveh
Michael Klimes explores what practical steps schemes can take to protect members from hacking and identity fraud
Changing third-party administrators can cause all sorts of issues, including loss of data. Michael Klimes looks at examples of poor transitions and asks if it is a widespread problem
Schemes have just five days left to organise voluntary scheme pays processes if they are to be ready for the January tax deadline, Punter Southall has warned.
Experts have said the successful application of technology can shed light on members' needs and encourage better savings habits.
Richard Butcher says the pensions dashboard should not be launched until it has all its ducks in a row, even if that means later than 2019
The government has been urged to involve more consumers in the development of the pensions dashboard as YouGov research showed more than 90% have not heard about it.
Steve Webb says as schemes may have to invest in systems to generate regular transfer values, offering valuable partial transfers shouldn't be too burdensome.
Most respondents were sceptical the dashboard could be delivered within two years