The industry believes the Conservative proposals for pensions are the best approach, with some stating the commitment to ditch the triple lock is a 'bold but correct' move.
This week we want to know which of parties that have published their manifestos have the best pension policies, and if you have changed your mind on Brexit.
Saker Nusseibeh questions the rationality of market exuberance when there is still massive uncertainty over the future economic and political landscape
Asset managers will come under increasing scrutiny to be good stewards of pension funds once the UK leaves the European Union, Jonathan Lipkin has predicted.
The upcoming general election is an opportunity to put forward a bolder pension policy says Hilary Salt.
Most respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz say it's time to get on board with the lifetime ISA to get the best outcomes for members.
Andrew Milligan says that while there are positive signs for global growth there is still much uncertainty
Despite a relative calm reaction to the triggering of Article 50, schemes should be braced for a bumpy ride during the coming two years of tough Brexit negotiations. Stephanie Baxter looks at what to watch out for
Defined benefit (DB) schemes saw a £20bn reprieve on their deficits over the course of March, PwC's SkyVal index shows.
Mark Whitehead looks at what we can expect from the triggering of Article 50.
Failed negotiations on the terms of the UK's departure from the European Union (EU) could see globally diversified equity portfolios lose as much as 11%.
Brexit is unlikely to water down tougher European Union (EU) data standard requirements for UK trustees, according to a legal expert.
Credit markets face challenges but there are opportunities for schemes finds Lynn Strongin Dodds
Defined benefit (DB) transfer values reached their highest level since early November 2016 due to a fall in gilt yields and more bearish inflation expectations.
Jeremy Lang looks back at the events of 2016 and asks what lessons we can take
Wealth manager Rathbone Brothers will close its defined benefit (DB) scheme to future accrual and axe the final salary link after its deficit ballooned following the EU referendum.
Helen Morrissey looks at pension schemes' experience of investing in the property market during 2016 and asks what they can expect during 2017
UK pension trustees still need to meet their scheme objective, and should be taking advantage of their long term investment horizons. Vivek Paul looks at how real assets can be utilised
Brexit will not have a material impact on auto-enrolment (AE) contribution rates and should not be used as an excuse to meddle with the regime, the industry has said.
The economic uncertainty caused by Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) could make poorer savers worse off says shadow work and pensions minister Debbie Abrahams.
There have been calls to introduce more flexibility into the auto-enrolment regime in the light of potential economic volatility. Helen Morrissey does not agree.
Economic uncertainty is expected to grow while the UK leaves the European Union, which could make it harder to increase auto-enrolment contribution rates. Michael Klimes asks if more flexibility is needed
This week's top stories included the latest figures on pension withdrawals since Freedom and Choice, and the effect of President Donald Trump on DB deficits.
The government should consider introducing more flexibility to auto-enrolment (AE) increases to reduce the risk of opt-outs especially post-Brexit, according to Hugh Nolan.