This week we want to know whether investment strategies are becoming too complex for the average member-nominated trustee without having actuarial and legal advice.
Also, what contribution rate will be the maximum average total DC contributions rise to, and are trustees too slow in removing investment managers?
Finally, should The Pensions Regulator's powers be retrospective, and will the government's response to the Taylor review of the gig economy get more people into pensions?
GLIL Infrastructure has agreed to acquire a 30% equity stake Agility Trains East (ATE) for a rolling stock fleet of 65 new UK intercity trains from Tokyo-headquartered Hitachi Rail.
In this live blog, Professional Pensions' sister title Investment Week collates all the breaking market news, analysis and opinion on equity, bond and currency movements as well as the impact of trade wars, tightening monetary policy and the Brexit negotiations....
Government promises to unleash net-zero investment blitz with '10 Point Plan' for 'Green Industrial Revolution'
Carbon capture, hydrogen, nuclear, electric vehicles (EVs) and renewables all set to benefit from £12bn government stimulus plan, but critics warn funding falls well short of the level required to trigger a green recovery.
Claudia Chapman sets out why schemes should look at expand their stewardship reporting and learn from best practice.