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?
One in 10 of this year's retirees will take their entire pension pot as a lump sum, Prudential's 'Class of 2018' research finds.
The Treasury has launched a second consultation on banning pensions cold-calling, which aims to seek final views on already-drafted regulation.
This week's top stories included coverage of the Competition and Markets Authority's provisional decision following its investigation of investment consulting and fiduciary management.
The Pension Protection Fund is meeting the challenges of a fast growing member base by insourcing services and adopting new technologies. Stephanie Baxter speaks to chief customer officer Sara Protheroe