Wolseley UK's Neil McCawley speaks to Michael Klimes about its award-winning DC and auto-enrolment strategies.
Auto-enrolment may have been with us for a few years now but it is only just getting going, with over 90% of employers yet to go through the process. Richard Hulbert takes a look at what still lies ahead.
The Pensions Institute has published a consultation on retirement incomes from defined contribution (DC) schemes as part of a review launched by Labour.
Research carried out by PP has found that defined contribution (DC) trustees think communicating the Budget flexibilities to members is their biggest challenge next year.
Savers are in danger of being ripped off when they access their pension after April because of a lack of safeguards, warns the Trades Unions Congress (TUC).
Defined contribution (DC) schemes at some of the UK's biggest firms are beginning to diversify default funds according to research from Schroders.
The majority of defined contribution (DC) savers do not know how they will use their pension pot and only have a vague idea when they will retire, according to research.
BlueSky Pension Scheme is appointing a professional independent chair from the pensions market to help its trustee board have the necessary expertise to look after income drawdown.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) will review its investment strategy over concerns outcomes for members in its default fund could be affected by 2014 Budget.
Equities still dominate the majority of default funds. Charlotte Moore looks at the issues to consider when diversifying.
DC lifestyle funds may be out of date in the post-Budget environment. Charlotte Moore looks at solutions for the industry
Jonathan Stapleton looks at the impact of the Budget on DC defaults
State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) has launched a range of target date funds for defined contribution (DC) investment.
Natasha Browne examines the Pensions Institute’s report on member value for money
The use of target date funds (TDFs) and outcome-orientated default strategies in workplace defined contribution (DC) schemes will eat away at lifestyle's hold on the market, research shows.
Natasha Browne talks to Arriva about designing a default for a diverse workforce
Hargreaves Lansdown’s Laith Khalaf says members need fund choice – and the decision-making tools to go with it
Buzz respondents are intensely relaxed about the fact almost all the National Employment Savings Trust's (NEST) customers have ended up in its default fund. Seven out of ten contributors said they were not concerned about this.
National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has revealed 99% of its current members are using its default retirement date fund.
In The Pensions Regulator's latest scheme governance survey, questions were posed to defined contribution schemes about how many investment funds they offer members.
The majority of this week's respondents supported the idea of capping default fund charges for default funds in schemes used as auto-enrolment vehicles.
Legal and General Trustees (LGT) has asked The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to allow an amnesty for defined contribution (DC) contract scheme providers to change members' investments without their consent.
The pensions industry could face legal challenges from members who have been locked into lifestyle strategies, according to a defined contribution specialist.
Approaches to defined contribution default funds vary widely across Europe, according to research from the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA).