John Redwood's piece in last week's PP - Look beyond gilts to cut deficits, (PP, 19 January) - argued that low gilt yields are a reason for trustees to seek out potentially higher yielding, riskier assets such as Chinese and Brazilian equities.
This analysis ignores the very harsh lessons of recent pension fund experience about failing to manage assets and liabilities in tandem. As it is, the approximate group of 40% of pension funds that...
This week’s top stories included a call on the Treasury to relax pension rules to help enable saving after the coronavirus crisis, and the industry’s call for clearer guidance from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) on managing Covid-19.
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Royal London’s independent governance committee (IGC) report revealed investment performance for all workplace pension customers in 2019 was above its target.
Pension professionals show us their new 'work colleagues' as their turn their homes into offices.
Pension scheme trustees are relying too much on their advisers to give a holistic view of any governance challenges their scheme may be facing, says RSM.