Professional Pensions' research reveals dramatic differences in behaviours between small schemes and their larger peers when it comes to selecting fiduciary management providers.
More than two-thirds of the $36trn of assets held by some of the world’s largest asset managers are being managed by responsible investment "laggards" and poor performers, while the industry currently has no stand-out leaders in the space, research shows....
Longer life expectancies, caring responsibilities, and lower average salaries leave women’s retirement savings lacking. Mark Sullivan looks at how the US is closing the gap.
New chancellor Rishi Sunak is likely to ease restrictions on pension tax relief for high earners to meet the NHS workforce crisis.
Recent figures from the Investment Association (IA) have shown that UK retail funds raked in £4.2bn of net inflows in January, a 16% increase on the previous month and the biggest monthly inflow since January 2018, before markets were hit by coronavirus...
History teaches that epidemics tend to have short-term effects on economies and markets, but great uncertainty remains about the coronavirus.
PP’s expert panel discusses key considerations for trustees tendering for a fiduciary manager
Professional Pensions is holding a live webinar on ESG today at 3pm.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) says it will press ahead with a 10% increase to the general levy from 1 April, despite a severe industry backlash to a consultation on the issue.
Fujitsu Pension Scheme has moved its defined contribution (DC) members into Willis Towers Watson’s LifeSight master trust, passing on full responsibility for the management of its members’ pension provisions.
The impact of coronavirus has added £100bn to defined benefit (DB) schemes in just one week, according to Hymans Robertson.
Jupiter Asset Management has become the latest investor to put pressure on Barclays Bank to phase out the provision of financial services to the fossil fuel sector and utilities that are not aligned with the Paris climate goals.
Flexible-credit funds have the ability to search for opportunities across the fixed-income universe. But with this freedom, how do they avoid style drift?
The S&P 500 closed in negative territory again yesterday, down 4.4%, the largest drop since August 2011.
Four in five of Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) members say the minimum age criterion for auto-enrolment (AE) should be dropped while two thirds also want it expanded to age 75.
UK companies continue to lead the way on governance standards globally, despite an uptick in shareholder rebellions in 2019 as investors continue to ramp up pressure on investee firms, data suggests.
Brooks Macdonald has announced a raft of senior management changes ahead of the acquisition of Cornelian Asset Managers, which is set to take place tomorrow (28 February).
The industry has positive expectations for The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) forthcoming funding code for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, according to Aon.
Taylor Wimpey saw an actuarial loss on its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme of £8.9m in the year ending 31 December 2019, significantly lower than the £84.3m loss the year prior.
After five years of pension freedoms, occupational schemes are still not offering a full suite of retirement options to members. Sonya Fraser explores the retirement bolt-ons they could offer
Reports that new chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to abandon cuts to tax relief on pensions contributions are continuing to circle.
Life expectancy grew by less than a year for both men and women in the last ten years, with health inequalities widening at the same time, the Institute of Health Equality has concluded.