Nearly two-thirds of this week’s 133 Pensions Buzz respondents believe the introduction of simpler and standardised annual benefit statements will help more members engage with their pension.
Tax simplification must return to the top of the government’s pensions agenda in order to boost saving potential, says Alan Pickering.
Government plans to increase the general levy will disproportionately hit members who have been auto-enrolled, says Darren Philp
LCP’s Ella Purkiss was the winner of the PMI's second student essay competition. In her paper, she sets out her ideas as to what the industry can learn from other sectors when designing and delivering the pensions dashboard.
Interest around DB consolidators is high but there remains regulatory uncertainty around their future. Lesley Carline looks at what the future might hold for this section of the market.
This week’s 96 Pensions Buzz respondents said good governance was more important than member engagement, noting the former could lead to the latter.
The volume of regulation and the cost of regulators has risen sharply over the past decade. Robin Ellison asks if it is time for a rethink.
From October, trustees need to show how they are factoring ESG issues into investment decisions. Holly Roach explores why the changes may not be radical but could boost member engagement.
Amber Rudd has resigned as secretary of state for work and pensions with immediate effect, with Thérèse Coffey named as her successor.
The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO) must make significant changes to its leadership structure in order to provide "additional insight… and more challenge on organisational strategy", a governmental evaluation has concluded.
Amber Rudd has not been moved out of her job as secretary of state for work and pensions amid concerns the pensions industry could have had its seventh politician in that office since the 2015 general election.
The government has been accused of "dragging its heels" on pensions equality after ruling out amending the law to provide for higher survivor benefits for widowers.
Pension fund investors could face further disclosure requirements on ESG matters as an industry working group considers fresh law for trustees for as soon as next year.
The number of women participating in a workplace pension has increased by 70% since auto-enrolment (AE) began, analysis by Equiniti reveals.
AE has had 'truly staggering' impact
Pension schemes and their investment managers must take their environmental and social responsibilities seriously and use funds to tackle climate change, Guy Opperman has said.
The DWP has led a tailored review of The Pensions Regulator (TPR) following calls for it to become a more active regulator in the industry.
GMP conversion guidance is expected imminently, but what will it mean for schemes? Maurice Titley looks at the next steps for trustees.
The government will proceed with a range of changes to the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets as recommended by a major competition review.
This week's top stories included Cardano announcing plans to acquire Now Pensions from a Dutch pension fund later this year.
The default charge cap for defined contribution (DC) investment strategies should not be amended to make it easier to access illiquid assets, a majority of last week's 91 respondents said.
Company directors who deliberately or recklessly put their workers' pension funds at risk face seven years in prison under plans to crack down on "acts of astonishing arrogance and abandon".
This week's top stories included two more master trusts applying for authorisation as the market continues to reshape under the strengthened regime.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has published a consultation, putting forward a range of proposals that aim to expand defined contribution (DC) investment opportunities.