The DCIF has published a report looking into how providers and members are responding to Freedom and Choice nearly five years on. Kim Kaveh explores the findings.
There is mounting pressure on schemes to engage more actively with firms in which they invest. Charlotte Moore takes a look at the different approaches being used.
Louise Farrand has been hired to replace Nils Johnson as executive director at the Defined Contribution Investment Forum (DCIF)
Maintaining a diversified investment approach in default solutions for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is increasingly challenging due to cost constraints, according to research.
Providers are struggling to assess value for money in defined contribution default funds because of the wide variation in outcomes targeted by members, according to research.
Total UK pension obligations hit £7.1trn at the end of 2010 - including unfunded defined benefit public sector obligations of £900m, national statistics show.
Listen to our latest Pensions Conjecture debate on Defined Contribution.
A "pounds and pence" approach to defined contribution charging would lead to lower-paid members paying more, industry figures say.
Michael Bow asks how much members need to know about DC charges