PP Online takes a look at the top 20 feature articles of 2017.
Darren Redmayne and Paul Houghton look into upcoming changes to how IAS19 is to be applied.
Working for an SME used to mean having limited benefit options. Owain Thomas explores why that is changing and what opportunities are now open to employers.
The Continuous Mortality Investigation's (CMI's) longevity model is a useful projection tool for schemes but, as Amy Kessler explains, it has key limitations.
2016 was a big year for pensions in the courts, but the coming months already have a number of potentially game-changing cases lined up. James Phillips explores the cases to watch.
Changing third-party administrators can cause all sorts of issues, including loss of data. Michael Klimes looks at examples of poor transitions and asks if it is a widespread problem.
Claire Southern thinks we need a new way of addressing defined benefit deficits.
Steven Hull and Adam Cohen look at what the UK can learn from the US approach to defined contribution pensions.
Simon Chinnery asks whether those in income drawdown should de-risk or re-risk with age.
Claire Southern looks at the issues trustees must be aware of around cyber-security.
There has been a huge rise in the number of DB to DC transfers since 2015. Stephanie Hawthorne looks at how demand is changing and what these changes mean for schemes.
Darren Philp looks at what needs to happen to make the pensions dashboard a success.
Communicating GMP calculations to members is no easy task. Matthew Doggett looks at how TPT Retirement Solutions has addressed the challenge.
Cash plans remain a popular benefit offering for employers. Nick Martindale looks at the reasons behind this popularity and at how the market is evolving.
Jonathan Stapleton takes a look at how employers can help their members through the at-retirement journey and ensure they are getting the right support to make decisions.
The third-party administration market has seen an influx of schemes outsourcing for the first time. Daniel Taylor asks whether schemes should outsource or stay in-house.
The industry seems to be moving inexorably towards consolidation but Mark Hodgson believes smaller schemes can have significant advantages.
An increasing number of DC schemes and consultants are expressing dissatisfaction with DGFs. Annabel Tonry explains why investors shouldn't dismiss these funds.
Consolidating DB schemes could prove a solution for small schemes with significant deficits, but how can the UK move ahead? James Phillips reports.
The ageing society, mental health and wellness are all driving the group risk agenda. Nick Martindale takes a look at how providers are responding to the challenges.
Nikesh Patel discusses the perils of over diversification in scheme portfolios.
This week’s top stories included the rejection of an automatic guidance amendment in the Pension Schemes Bill, while The Pensions Regulator posted a sharp increase in the use of its powers.
The majority of the pensions industry agrees an eventual net-zero target should not be mandated for schemes as part of the Pension Schemes Bill, according to a Professional Pensions poll.
Local Pension Partnership Administration (LPPA) has become the latest organisation to join the Pension Scams Industry Group (PSIG) forum.
Two-thirds of UK fund managers are reducing investments in companies that fail on diversity and inclusion scores, according to a survey by Edelman.
England and Wales have seen a fourth successive week of increasing excess death figures as the countries battle through the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.