PP Online takes a look at the top 20 feature articles of 2016.
GMP reconciliation is a major issue and needs careful planning if it is to go according to plan. Helen Morrissey talks to two schemes about their experiences so far.
The collapse of the famous High Street retailer raises questions for pension regulators. Michael Klimes finds out why.
George Osborne's latest surprise divided opinion in the industry, finds Michael Klimes.
Nationwide Building Society chose to appeal to members' hearts as well as minds when looking at how to increase contribution rates. Nationwide's head of pensions Ian Baines tells Helen Morrissey how it can be achieved.
With the fortunes of the steel industry hanging in the balance, Michael Klimes investigates the prospects for the pension fund.
As tax relief reductions are already forcing higher earners out of pensions, there could be a mass exodus if the Chancellor goes ahead with more reform. Rebecca Shahoud looks at how it could damage pensions.
Employers are increasingly realising they have a responsibility to change employee behaviours around health and wellbeing. Nick Martindale looks at the steps they can take.
The tale of BHS took a dramatic turn after the first Work and Pensions Committee hearings into the retail giant. PP looked at what had happened in the first week.
The potential failure of a master trust is inspiring hard thinking in the industry. Michael Klimes looks at what solutions are being considered.
Ten years on from A-Day Padraig Floyd asks what impact it has had on the industry.
As the issue of DB deficits continues to cause headaches, Charlotte Moore looks at how they can be dealt with.
As MPs investigate the factors behind BHS's collapse, Michael Klimes looks at whether the regulator and trustees could have done anything differently.
Pension contribution rates will need to be increased to stop people being forced to work and save until their 70s or 80s. Action must be taken now, writes Rebecca Shahoud.
Member nominated trustees have their work cut out for them over the next five years Michael Klimes hears.
When J. Whitaker & Sons Final Salary Plan appointed a fiduciary manager it was targeting self-sufficiency. However, strong investment returns and the ability to react quickly to changing market dynamics have led to a different result finds Helen Morrissey.
MPs have concluded the regulator was not responsible for the collapse of plans to rescue the BHS pension schemes. Michael Klimes examined the report
Professional Pensions speaks to Santander UK director of pensions Antony Barker about how his fund achieved record returns in June and the road ahead for scheme investment and the economy at large.
Trustees must ensure the new DC governance statements are accurate to avoid future liability, as they will be not scrutinised by the auditor. Stephanie Baxter looks at the potential risks and what trustees must do.
Nick Martindale looks at why annual benefit windows are becoming increasingly anachronistic in a 24/7 world and assesses the challenges and benefits for employers offering more frequent updates.
The BHS case has raised questions about the powers of trustees to hold sponsors to account. Michael Klimes looks at whether they should have more control.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has said it while believes in the benefits of consolidating defined benefit (DB) schemes, there are significant issues to overcome.
There is just one week left to register to enter the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2018.
Nearly a third (32%) of employers believe new technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality, will play a part in benefits communications, latest research from Aon Employee Benefits reveals.
Universities UK (UUK) has suggested a collective defined contribution (CDC) scheme could be a replacement for the defined benefit (DB) element of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS).