PP online takes a look at the top 20 feature articles of 2018.
Stephanie Baxter speaks to five pools about the progress they have made and their plans for the future beyond the April 1 deadline.
Kim Kaveh speaks to three trustees under the age of 30 about harnessing the power of generational diversity on boards.
Most schemes use a gilts plus discount rate for funding valuations. But, as Ben Gold explains, these can be poor predictors of scheme returns and explores three alternatives for trustees to consider.
Brexit is likely to have a significant impact on UK schemes' funding and investment strategies. Wayne Fitzgibbon and John Gething look at what trustees can do to prepare.
Over the last 50 years, there has been a steady downward trend in property asset allocation. Charlotte Moore explores how scheme attitudes are changing.
The Professional Pensions Administration Survey 2018 reveals the rankings of the best third-party administrators and software providers for pension schemes.
Many single-employer trust-based DC schemes will move to a master trust in coming years. Stephen Richards looks at the pitfalls they need to avoid.
It has been almost five years since British Airways (BA) launched legal action against the trustees of its Airways Pension Scheme (APS) for unilaterally awarding a discretionary benefit to members.
The General Data Protection Regulation will have a wide ranging impact on pension funds. Jay Doraisamy and Mark Prinsley say there is still time to take action ahead of 25 May.
GDPR introduced significant new obligations on schemes. Six months on, Oliver Topping looks at the areas trustees are still grappling with.
Simon Eagle of Willis Towers Watson says that, based on his work for Royal Mail, well-designed collective defined contribution (CDC) funds would be viable for some other UK employers too.
A growing number of schemes are moving towards integrating responsible investment policies into investment processes. Charlotte Moore looks at how funds are approaching this.
Jonathan Stapleton asks how the combination of improved scheme funding and better insurer pricing could drive a resurgence in the take-up of full insurance buyouts.
A panel of pension experts spoke at Pensions and Benefits UK to debate lay trustees, the 'disastrous' freedoms and the problem with having two regulators. Stephanie Baxter reports from the conference.
Alan Taylor looks at the importance of looking at alternative risk measures when developing investment and funding strategies for DB schemes.
Bob Campion explains why he believes the consolidation of smaller schemes will not work and looks at the alternatives
John McAleer sets out four areas where a change in approach to managing mature pension funds could lead to better outcomes for members, trustees and sponsors.
The popularity of DB transfers shows no sign of slowing. Charlotte Moore looks at how schemes can adapt their investment strategy to meet this demand.
The FCA introduced new regulations around the measurement and disclosure of transaction costs in January. Jon Parker looks at how trustees should respond.
The pensions industry has, Francis Fernandes says, an 'unhealthy obsession with modelling' and should spend more time on contingency planning.
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.