The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has named Kevin LeGrand as president.
Celene Lee asks if now is the time to take a different approach to LDI.
Kevin LeGrand has left Buck Consultants to become an independent consultant.
Technology is constantly advancing and could be the source of significant developments in the delivery of workplace benefits. WSB's webinar panel talked about what the future may hold for benefits professionals
Technology is ever advancing and could be source of some significant developments in the delivery of workplace benefits. Hear WSB's webinar panel debate what the future may hold for benefits professionals.
Robo-advisers could potentially be used to provide advice to employees, panelists at a WSB webinar said.
Amid growing fears that developed equities and bonds are too expensive, Stephanie Baxter asks whether schemes should prepare for bubbles to burst
The retirement freedoms could place increasing demands on employers. Owain Thomas discovers how one organisation is taking a very hands-on approach.
PP asks who will offer drawdown from April, and how will it work?
Buck Consultants have been appointed as administrators of Manchester Airports Group (MAG) £20m defined contribution (DC) scheme.
PP examines the pros and cons of holding corporate-style annual meetings
PP looks at the lessons the government must learn from auto-enrolment if pension freedoms are to be a success
Stephanie Baxter looks at whether FTSE's new benchmarks will help trustees improve DC investment strategies
How to deal with direct approaches from asset managers
Jack Jones looks at concerns over the latest step in overhauling the retirement process.
Sue Curley has been appointed to lead the defined contribution (DC) trust-based services in the UK by Buck Consultants.
The industry reacts
Over a quarter of trustees doubt they are getting good value for money from their fiduciary managers, according to research.
Pension schemes would struggle to attract member-nominated trustees (MNTs) if professional standards were introduced, industry figures say.
Natasha Browne looks at responses to the FCA’s guidance guarantee consultation
Trustees running schemes in England and Scotland no longer need to be concerned about EU cross-border requirements after the results of yesterday's referendum.
The Scottish referendum will have major consequences for schemes regardless of the outcome says Helen Morrissey
The British Medical Association (BMA) pension trustees have chosen Buck Consultants at Xerox as the scheme's investment consultant.