This week we want to know if there should be a 'career MOT' at age 50 to help workers plan for retirement and whether pension funds tend to be side-lined at company board meetings.
This week we want to know if the 0.75% charge cap makes it harder to offer a good auto-enrolment DC default fund and if asset managers need to be more innovative in the way they charge schemes.
Jonathan Stapleton says we need to increase DC scheme fees if we hope to improve investment quality and the sustainability of providers.
Fidelity International will adopt a new active fund fee model that shares the risk and reward of investment performance with clients, known as a "fulcrum fee".
The £3.2bn Superannuation Arrangements of the University of London (SAUL) has become the first scheme to sign up to KAS Bank's new cost transparency service.
Some pension schemes could be paying investment managers 70% more in fees compared to six years according to Lane, Clark and Peacock (LCP).
The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) has introduced a new framework to measure investment performance and costs, and has awarded mandates to seven providers.
This week we want to know if The Pensions Regulator's call to ban pension transfers to small self-administered schemes (SSASs) is a good idea.
Diversified growth funds have been incredibly popular but in order to survive they must adapt to a time where DC will be their fastest growing client base. Stephanie Baxter looks at what the future holds for DGFs
Pension providers have made "significant progress" in reducing costs and charges following earlier recommendations by the Independent Project Board (IPB) that they do so, the regulator has found.
Charges and poor returns can seriously reduce the amount of income people have in retirement. Michael Klimes looks at what can be done to help avoid these pitfalls.
There has long been a debate about which investment strategy, whether active or passive, delivers the best value for money. Michael Klimes looks at how trustees can find the best strategy
The Transparency Taskforce (TTF) has called on the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) to establish an inquiry into costs and charges for savers.
Failure to communicate Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) investment costs in the right way could lead to misunderstandings among members, says Jeff Houston.
This week we want to know what was the most radical pensions policy introduced during the coalition government.
Multiple codes of conduct on charges and costs would be "horrendous" and make it harder to boost transparency says Margaret Snowdon.
It is "easy" and "profitable" for the fund management industry to ignore the problem of excessive hidden charges says David Pitt-Watson.
The majority of respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz agree with Neil Woodford's investment firm that de-risking has worsened scheme deficits.
An eleven-strong industry group has been formed to help develop a fiduciary management performance standard.
There are more than 100 varieties of charges incurred in pension scheme investment according to research from the Transparency Task Force (TTF).
Up to 4.8 million UK scheme members invested in hedge funds pay 36 times more in fees than they would for low cost alternatives according to SCM Direct.
IC Select has developed a standard to improve transparency and consistency of performance information across the fiduciary management sector.
Catherine Howarth has been an appointed as an ambassador for the Transparency Task Force (TTF)
Aegon is reducing or simplifying charges for over 600,000 contributing members of workplace schemes, according to its independent governance committee (IGC).