Legal & General Reinsurance (L&G) has launched what it claims is the UK's first pension risk transfer (PRT) execution platform to be driven by blockchain technology.
Blockchain is a "natural solution" to many of the challenges a collective defined contribution (CDC) structure poses for pension governance and administration.
Pension schemes and institutional investors are being offered a "revolutionary" streamlined process for exercising their shareholder voting rights as KAS Bank launches Voteroom.
Margaret Snowdon says this ground-breaking technology has potential to reach all areas of pensions, and could help combat cyber-crime and scams
Blockchain is a technology which has received a lot of hype in financial services. It has started to touch banking but has yet to affect pensions. Michael Klimes investigates what it has to offer
A collaborative group aimed at helping the industry adapt to technological change has been established by the Transparency Task Force (TTF) founding chairman, (pictured above) Andy Agathangelou.
Pensions administration can be made safer by the development of blockchain technology says Robin Hames.