The November issue of Global Pensions is out now. This month's issue includes:
An uphill battle: Is politics getting in the way of a Swiss pension recovery? Emma Cusworth finds out Read More
Refusing to budge: Switzerland's pension funds have so far refused to rebalance following the financial crisis. Emma Cusworth looks at the potential consequences Read More
Bearing a heavy burden: Markus Huebscher, head of Pensionskasse SBB, the Swiss national railway pension fund, talks to Emma Cusworth about the heavy burden of recapitalisation and the future direction of the fund Read More
Guide to Ireland: Risky business
Ireland's pensions industry is struggling under a deluge of legislative changes and economic difficulties. Chris Panteli discovers the effect that this will have on de-risking Read More
Interview: Robeco's reformer
Raquel Pichardo-Allison speaks to Robeco CEO Roderick Munsters about his plans to create a more efficient firm and to swell institutional assets Read More
Australia: No clear future
Rachel Alembakis finds that the formation of Australia's new government raises questions about the country's proposed pension overhaul Read More
Investments: Multi-managers adapting under pressure
Traditional multi-management firms have increased their offerings following calls for more fiduciary responsibility, as Helen Fowler reports Read More
Global Pensions 100 Panel
See what our exclusive panel thinks of their emerging markets managers and the secondary hedge fund market Read More
HMRC has confirmed providers operating relief at source pension schemes can continue to collect automatic tax relief at a basic rate of 20% under new Scottish Income Tax rules.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is seeking "improved" powers to set a schedule of contributions in defined benefit (DB) schemes in the government's upcoming white paper, it has revealed.
New regulatory rules which require providers and advisers to produce annuity illustrations will not solve the problem of consumer detriment as they are "fundamentally" flawed, according to Retirement Advantage.
Paul Budgen is set to join financial technology and auto-enrolment (AE) firm Smart Pension as director of business development.