All private sector defined benefit (DB) schemes will have at least closed to accrual by 2028, according to this week's Pensions Buzz respondents.
In this week's Pensions Buzz we want to know if you think there will be any private sector defined benefit schemes still open to accrual within a decade.
The government says it plans to clarify legislation around consideration of broader long-term financial risks, and schemes' ability to consider members' non-financial or ethical concerns.
ESG fund ratings are an oft-used tool for impact investing, but lack of standardised data means other analysis is necessary. James Phillips explores their usefulness
A government review has told trustees they must engage better with their members to build a nationwide "culture of social impact investment".
This week we want to know if the Chancellor will reform tax relief in the Budget and if the government should amend rules around salary exchange arrangements to help lower-paid workers.
Stark differences in approach to ESG issues between Europe and North America show significant cultural markers, James Phillips writes.
The industry holds mixed views on government policy in defined contribution provision, Professional Pensions research has found.
The Environment Agency Pension Fund (EAPF) has boosted its efforts to combat climate risk and the impacts of climate change in an updated environmental policy.
European institutional investors are leading the way in their response to environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns compared to their American and Canadian counterparts, research has revealed.
Pension funds will benefit from reduced climate risk exposure as a growing number of the world's largest companies commit to addressing their carbon footprint.
Academy Award-winning actors have called on Aviva to set up a low-carbon default fund for the £110m Equity Pension Scheme.
Hundreds of pension funds and asset managers could lose their Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) signatory status in plans to cut down on "greenwashing".
BNP Paribas will end business with companies whose primary activities involve profiting from the extraction of oil or gas from shale or tar sands, while ramping up its investments in renewable energy.
The Brunel Pension Partnership (BPP) has appointed State Street as its third-party administrator and custodian, while making 15 further hires.
Twelve firms have said they will raise The Pension Regulator's (TPR) guidance on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors with clients where they are financially material.
Schemes are increasing their usage of index strategies. Armit Bhambra looks at the four key factors driving this growth
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
Pension schemes should not rely solely on the performance of investment funds in third-party ratings which aim to quantify their sustainability, Kames Capital has said.
Neena Gill MEP says pension funds must invest in the long term for a more sustainable future.
Nigel Topping and Dr Barbara Weber have joined the £4.6bn London Pension Fund Authority's (LPFA) trustee board as it seeks to strengthen expertise in infrastructure and sustainable investment.
Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) will acquire a minority stake in Thames Water for an undisclosed sum as it expands its infrastructure assets.
Catherine Howarth explains why it is essential UK policy on sustainability doesn't fall behind following Brexit
The government has been given permission to appeal a High Court ruling which deemed its investment guidance for the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) unlawful.