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This week's articles include:
- Defined contribution: Latest PPI research finds DC savers are often getting sub-optimal outcomes. Jonathan Stapleton looks at how changes to contribution rates, governance, and investment strategy could boost member pots
- Regulation: An agreed definition of value for money would make it easier for members to compare pensions, but it could be difficult due to the differences between schemes, writes Kim Kaveh
- NEST: The government workplace pension scheme has allocated 5% of assets to private credit and announced its two fund managers for this area. Holly Roach looks at how the provider is leading the way for other schemes
- Investment: From October trustees need to show how they are factoring ESG into investment decisions. Holly Roach explores why the changes may not be radical but could boost member engagement
- Women in Pensions Awards: Skipton Building Society pensions manager Caroline Eastwood scooped the Pensions Manager of the Year accolade at PP's Women in Pensions Awards. She tells Holly Roach about her success
PMI president Lesley Alexander and the institute's immediate past-president Lesley Carline talk about the challenges of Covid-19 and the opportunities and challenges the industry faces in the future.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has announced global consultant Deloitte as its expert knowledge provider for data.
This week’s top stories included further support for an overhaul of the pension tax regime, while the Treasury confirmed the Retail Prices Index will be reformed by 2030.
XPS Pensions posted a 9% increase in revenues during the six months to 30 September – a rise driven by a number of large client wins.
Here they are - the winners of the 3rd annual Women in Pensions Awards...