This week we want to know how successful you think auto-enrolment has been as we approach the fifth anniversary in October, and when the next significant financial crisis will be.
The National Employment Saving's Trust (NEST) says hybrid products could help defined contribution (DC) savers on low incomes weather financial shocks better.
Hargreaves Lansdown research has found that employers support the expansion of auto-enrolment (AE) and higher minimum contributions.
As DC schemes become an increasingly important client, asset managers must adapt to their evolving needs. Stephanie Baxter examines key trends in the Investment Association's annual survey
As Pension Awareness Day takes place across the country, Like Minds has created a checklist for good communication.
Michael Klimes finds evidence of consolidation in the DC master trust market, with the pace set to quicken as capital adequacy rules loom
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will take action on poor scheme governance after its research found despite improvement among larger schemes, many trustee boards are failing to meet their duties.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has said legislation will be required to ensure the pension dashboard has wide enough coverage so it can work for everyone.
HSBC Global Asset Management has hired Standard Life's Simon Davies as a sales director for UK pensions.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has said more must be done to develop default pathways so defined contribution (DC) savers have enough to live on in retirement.
UK households have not stopped saving to go on a debt-fuelled consumer spending spree, according to research from Royal London, despite official figures revealing the savings ratio is at a record-low.
Most respondents believe raising it to 68 earlier than planned is good for the economy
This week we want to know how you rate Alan Rubenstein's performance at the lifeboat fund, following the announcement he will step down after eight years as chief executive.
Andy Cheseldine has been appointed as a professional trustee by Capital Cranfield and started work in mid-July.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman talks to Michael Klimes about the challenges for occupational schemes and his unfinished business with Sir Philip Green.
The UK must do much more to consolidate scattered pots over the coming years as the benefits for savers are massive says MP Frank Field.
Almost 40% of defined contribution (DC) providers are failing to provide members with necessary information to make informed decisions about retirement, according to a survey by Cardano.
Savers will make the wrong decisions if they are not appropriately guided when seeking to take advantage of the pension freedoms, according to Scottish Widows' Robert Cochran.
Proposals to modernise processes around transfers have received support but miss some key points, writes Michael Klimes
Michael Klimes asks if guidance which recommends scheme deeds and rules be consolidated into one document at least every five years, should be a regulatory requirement.
Tim Sharp says in the battle for decent jobs, decent and secure pensions are essential.
This week we want to know whether you think the manifestos will contain coherent pension policy positions and who you will vote for.
With one in eight DB schemes still open to new members, Michael Klimes explores the argument that they should be run differently from closed ones
Anthony Ellis says a number of myths have emerged in DC investment that must be challenged.