Altaf Kassam looks at how schemes can make their growth portfolio work harder
Sue Pemberton looks at how default fund design will need to evolve following Freedom and Choice.
Providers should steer members towards vetted retirement solutions to protect the value of their savings, according to Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM).
Scottish Widows will be one of the first providers to bulk switch its workplace pension customers into default funds tailored to freedom and choice.
Standard Life Investments has set up a team to manage a proposition offering low risk growth alongside liability hedging for defined benefit (DB) schemes.
People will not save enough unless government forces them to according to PP research.
Defined benefit members are taking advantage of the flexibilities through a number of ways according to research.
Almost one in five members transferred out of their defined benefit (DB) scheme to use their freedoms after receiving advice according to Willis Towers Watson.
This week the FCA admitted a blunder on cash-out figures, TPR won a landmark AE case in the High Court, while a ground-breaking case could help trustees override drafting mistakes.
Fidelity Worldwide Investment has revealed what its customers are spending their pension lump sums on, with one retiree using the cash to buy a red Routemaster bus.
Ian Barnes looks at how schemes can tackle cash flow negativity
Do alternatives really deliver what they promise?
Natasha Browne examines how pension funds are making cash work harder through short duration funds
The London Pension Fund Authority (LPFA) has pooled its cash portfolio with that of the Greater London Authority (GLA), in line with its drive for collaboration in local authorities.
UK schemes have reduced allocations to equities and increased holdings of bonds, cash and hedge funds, according to the latest edition of the Purple Book.
Around two thirds of participants believed, based on their own experience, that schemes are managing their cash flow well.
Taha Lokhandwala looks at research on schemes’ cash flow management and assesses the risks of holding too much cash
The Pension Protection Fund has updated its Statement of Investment Principles to expand the range of asset classes it can invest in.
Plunging equity markets have wiped out all gains made by pension schemes from balanced pooled funds in the last year, BNY Mellon figures show.
Changing attitudes to cash management
Warwickshire County Council pension fund has been forced to take a £5m loan to fill a cash shortfall after austerity measures put a strain on its cash flow.
As the financial crisis-induced demand for cash begins to wane, Lynn Strongin Dodds looks at where cautious fund managers are seeking returns