Here they are...all the pictures from the UK Pensions Awards 2019.
Here they are - the winners of the inaugural Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards...
Academy Award-winning actors have called on Aviva to set up a low-carbon default fund for the £110m Equity Pension Scheme.
Nearly one third (32%) of public sector workers are considering returning to work post retirement due to financial concerns according to research from Teachers Assurance.
RPMI has bought Electricity Pensions Administration from E.ON UK in a deal which will see it taking over the administration of some of the UK's biggest schemes.
Global - Some 44% of the GP 100 Panel are taking advantage of lower equity valuations to re-risk their portfolios.
Global - Nearly 80% of the GP panel say they do not plan to invest in green bonds despite changes in the market to make these more accessible to institutional investors.
That the third quarter was turbulent was no surprise. But recently released funding figures for pension funds and asset under management figures for asset managers have helped us crystallise the cost of the uncertainty surrounding the future of the EU...
Like many other European countries, Ireland has been faced with the question of how to deal with its public sector pension liabilities. However, as the Bill makes its way through Parliament Helen Morrissey assesses whether the proposed changes will prove...
The Irish government has implemented a raft of contentious changes to its public sector pensions as it looks to reign in costs including raising the pension age and increasing contributions. Helen Morrissey talks to minister for public expenditure and...
The Irish Association of Pension Fund's Jerry Moriarty looks at some of the major policy developments of the past year and asks what impact they will have in the future
Pension funds could soon have to bear the cost of a Europe-wide tax on equity, bonds, currency and derivative transactions, finds Lynn Strongin Dodds
Rodrigo Amaral finds the allure of the fast-growing emerging market and operational hurdles have led Brazilian pension funds to stick to their home-country bias
More and more pension funds are making their securities lending programmes work harder for them by expanding into emerging markets, as Helen Fowler reports
A new paper by Con Keating, head of research at Brighton Rock Group, called into question the validity of liability driven investing. But industry experts believe LDI, while not perfect, is one of the best solutions pension funds have. Iain Morse reports...
Timothy B. Barrett, Donald Pierce, James Perry and Arun Muralidhar look at the structure of dynamic beta management and its implications
Pension funds around the world will be preparing for a raft of legislation being implemented in the coming months.
The European Commission has bowed to UK pension industry demands for a longer consultation period on Solvency II requirements and extended the deadline by five weeks.
The Bank of England's decision to expand its quantitative easing programme by £75bn may well provide a much-needed boost to the UK economy.
Lawyer warns that Pensions Bill amendment may have unintended consequences for some schemes.
It's that time of year again when we ask our readers who they think deserves a mention in the 11th annual Global Pensions Awards.
Rachel Alembakis looks at the details behind the Australian government's plans to create a cheaper, more effective pensions industry
Raquel Pichardo-Allison speaks to Jeremy Cooper, chairman of retirement income at Challenger and the man behind the government mandated Cooper Review into superannuation. His review led to near-immediate action to re-mould the Australian pensions industry....
Rachel Alembakis finds superannuation funds are holding off on large-scale changes to investment strategies, at least for now