Pension funds should incorporate climate change expertise onto trustee boards as it poses severe short-term risks to investments, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has warned.
Michael Klimes explores whether consultants and actuaries could end up in court if they fail to give proper advice on financial risks related to climate change
Proposals to modernise processes around transfers have received support but miss some key points, writes Michael Klimes
Robert Gardner says it is time for the industry to step up on financial education
The interim findings of the FCA's Asset Management Market Study make for grim reading on the consultancy market. Helen Morrissey asks what can be done.
The perfect pension consultant should put their clients at the heart of everything they do and not offer off-the-shelf products, according to a panel of trustees.
Consolidation within the LGPS points is likely to be replicated across the DB universe in the coming years. Andy Todd looks at what impact this is likely to have.
Industry does not take climate risk to heart in its investment decisions, PP research reveals.
Industry believes stopping schemes from buying gilts would be a bad idea, PP research finds
This week we want to know if TPR is being unfairly criticised during the BHS hearings and what aspect has the most influence on issues faced by DB schemes.
Eversheds has been appointed to provide legal advice to the trustee of the P&O Pension Scheme, with effect from May 2016.
Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) is boosting its auto-enrolment (AE) proposition for small businesses by offering an end to end solution for companies yet to stage.
Jelf shareholders have approved the takeover of the broker by Marsh in a deal expected to be worth around £258m.
Extension to £1,000 could help confront 'inconvenient truth' about access to advice
Willis Employee Benefits has completed its purchase of PMI Health Group.
Buck Consultants at Xerox has launched a one-stop benefits portal.
JLT Employee Benefits has agreed to aquire the corporate business of Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) for an undisclosed sum.
The online benefits technology market for SMEs is being shaken up as one consultant launches an online platform and a second revamps its charging structure.
Jelf Group has announced it is in the early stages of talks for a potential takeover by Marsh.
Towers Watson has merged with insurance broker Willis Group in an $18bn (£11.4bn) deal to create a wide-ranging global advisory, broking, and solutions provider.
Robo-advisers could potentially be used to provide advice to employees, panelists at a WSB webinar said.
WSB questioned 200 key benefits decision makers in businesses about their experiences dealing with employee benefits consultants. Owain Thomas explores the results.
A proposed change to the Pension Schemes Bill would put an end to non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) that hide the fees that schemes pay asset managers.
Aviva has agreed to buy Friends Life for £5.6bn in a deal that will create the UK's largest insurance, savings and asset management firm.