Professional Pensions is holding a breakfast briefing on engaging defined contribution (DC) members on 7 February.
HM Treasury has agreed in principle to give NEST a £329m contingent liability guarantee in the event of the master trust's wind up or closure.
Smart Pension has absorbed more than 6,500 members from the Corporate Pensions Trust (CPT) after its trustees decided not to apply for authorisation.
The Defined Contribution Investment Forum (DCIF) has reappointed Vivek Roy as chairman for 2019 following a vote at its annual general meeting last November.
Late March marks the deadline for master trust authorisation. But how will the new regulatory regime affect those that are remaining in the market and those that decide to exit? Matt Dodds looks at the details.
Darren Philp argues collective defined contribution could really come to life this year if innovation is allowed to thrive.
Despite the gloom around Brexit and all the challenges facing pensions, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Top industry commentators tell Stephanie Baxter why there is cause for optimism
Capping the pension tax-free lump sum at £40,000 would raise £2bn a year for the government, new research by the Resolution Foundation suggests.
Just six of the remaining 49 defined contribution master trusts have applied for authorisation to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) since its regime came into force last October.
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
Three-quarters of employers would support pensions tax relief changes if they provide more help to lower-paid earners, according to the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA).
Fixed-income investing hasn't kept up with the rapid pace of technological innovation in the rest of the financial industry. Alliance Bernstein says that's about to change
The £50m Crystal Trust has welcomed 35,000 members from The Open Pension Trust, absorbing £33m of members' assets.
People in their mid-career aged 35-49 are the most likely to struggle with saving for retirement, according to Aon's 2018 defined contribution (DC) and financial wellbeing member survey.
Scottish higher-rate taxpayers will benefit from more pensions tax relief than workers on the same salary anywhere else in the UK as income tax bands continue to diverge.
Schemes risk breaking the law and being forced to wind up as The Pensions Regulator (TPR) warns some may be master trusts but do not know so.
NEST's director of business development Helen Dowsey speaks to James Phillips about communications, sidecar savings, and retirement products.
In the last of Newton Investment Management's DC columns for the year, Catherine Doyle casts an eye over the past few months and looks to 2019.
AB answers some of the big questions in DC and looks at how TDFs can help improve outcomes for members.
Tax-based financial incentives for savings are wasted on the lowest paid workers as they may not have the means to contribute more into their pension, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) says.
Gregg McClymont looks at why not-for-profit DC schemes in Australia have been outperforming their for-profit peers
Some 87% of master trusts support future collaborative efforts to overcome barriers to good service delivery, the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) says.
Low earners in net-pay schemes will lose out on more pensions tax relief as the gap between auto-enrolment (AE) qualifying earnings and the personal tax allowance widens.
Kim Kaveh gauges industry views on how to improve outcomes through innovation and engagement in the post-freedoms world.