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?
The Pensions Administration Standards Association's Margaret Snowdon won the coveted Pensions Woman of the Year award. She tells Stephanie Baxter about lessons she has learned along the way.
Defined benefit (DB) schemes are set to shorn themselves of over £300bn of liabilities between 2019 and 2021 as they continue to mature, Mercer predicts.
This week's top stories include the Competition and Markets Authority issuing its final report for the investigation into investment consultants, and The Pensions Regulator launching its first fraud prosecution.
Many investment portfolios that rely heavily on stock-bond diversification to manage risks may not be protected against inflation surprises. Real assets offer a solution.