This week's top stories included a landmark ruling by The Pensions Ombudsman that a local policy authority scheme should pay benefits in full to a scam victim after it failed to provide adequate anti-scam literature to the member.
Also, ahead of the introduction of the master trust authorisation and supervision regime, The Pensions Regulator revealed it had found another nine schemes which qualified as master trusts, and warned...
One in three say bringing projects together will be more efficient.
Know a woman with a great business idea trying to catch the eye of the investment world? Tell them to buckle up, because research suggests they are going to have a problem, writes Laura Miller
This week's edition of Professional Pensions is out now
The latest line-up for the inaugural Women in Investment Festival has been announced, with just nine days left to qualify for the early-bird discount.
Equities have taken the crown as the most popular asset class in pension fund asset allocation globally, according to a joint report from the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) and PwC.