The DWP has unveiled two studies looking at employers' experience of auto-enrolment. Kim Kaveh looks at the findings.
Aviva has announced a raft of changes to its independent governance committee (IGC) in a bid to make the body fully independent and also include member representation for the first time.
Cohen & Steers has launched a daily-dealing diversified real assets fund specifically targeted for the UK defined contribution (DC) market.
Punter Southall Aspire has obtained the master trust assurance framework (MAF) accreditation for its Aspire Savings Trust.
Catherine Howarth says one way to engage savers, and ultimately increase voluntary contributions, is to appeal to their values
Newton Investment Management's series of DC columns continues with Paul Flood discussing core principles to balance returns and volatility
DWP paper expected soon
PP has teamed up with JLT Employee Benefits to launch 'AE Watch', an initiative that examines the investment performance of DC default funds. Maria Nazarova-Doyle takes a look at the findings.
Six out of nine automatic enrolment (AE) providers have no policy to prevent investments in companies that profit from chemical and biological weapons, according to analysis by ShareAction.
Workers in the UK expect more than a third of their retirement income to come from workplace pensions, second only to the Netherlands at 37%, according to research by Aegon.
The number of people saving into a workplace pension has hit an all-time high, with 17.7 million people actively participating last year, latest government data shows.
Hilary Salt says by blurring the line between what is legally required and what 'feels fair', we create uncertainty about what is and isn't allowed
Just over one in five people with multiple pension pots have lost track of some of their savings, Aegon research finds.
In this week's Pensions Buzz we asked if, following the announcement that Smart Pension and Legal and General are developing the first default retirement pathway combining annuities and drawdown, other providers should follow suit.
Andrew Waring says the 'big is better' view does not necessarily stand up to scrutiny when it comes to master trusts.
Annabel Tonry, executive director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM), explains why the additional alpha you get from an actively managed strategy can make a difference
Smart Pension and Legal & General (L&G) have partnered to create a workplace pension retirement income product that will combine drawdown and annuities.
Prudential is to slash the size of its corporate defined contribution (DC) pensions business as it moves to purely online- and telephone-based services, Professional Pensions can reveal.
The Intergenerational Commission has suggested a series of policy reforms to address the intergenerational divide in pensions. Kim Kaveh considers the proposals
The industry is currently focused on the investment risks of DC default strategies. Maria Nazarova-Doyle says the real dangers could lie elsewhere
Newton Investment Management's series of DC columns continues with Julian Lyne discussing how the industry meets the demand for SRI
Partner Insight: Annabel Tonry, executive director at J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM), explains why, in a challenging return environment, investing across multiple asset classes and deploying active management can help improve members' retirement...
Kim Kaveh asks how much clarity the master trust code of practice gives to schemes applying for authorisation in October.
A third of drawdown users lack any investment experience but many of those do not seek any financial guidance or advice, Zurich research finds.