PP looks at the pensions great and good who oversee contract-based schemes
A record-breaking 150 ‘dog’ funds have been identified in the latest bi-annual Bestinvest Spot the Dog report, with total assets of £54.4bn sitting in these vehicles.
More than 80 major fund management firms will come together to offer a range of investment internships to black graduates.
Longer life expectancies, caring responsibilities, and lower average salaries leave women’s retirement savings lacking. Mark Sullivan looks at how the US is closing the gap.
The top stories this week were Gallagher’s acquisition of AHC, and the publication of the GMP Equalisation Working Group’s methodology guidance.
The Telegraph Media Group has moved its employees to the Fidelity Master Trust after the trustees conducted a “comprehensive review” of its pension arrangements, PP has learned.
Here they are… The shortlists for this year's Professional Pensions Investment Awards.
Fidelity International has created global retirement savings guidelines to help employers and employees understand how much is needed to save for retirement, writes Kim Kaveh.
Anne Richards, chief executive of M&G Investments, is to take up a role as chief executive of Fidelity International later this year.
Young women are likely to end up with a pension pot nearly 11% smaller than that of male counterparts, with a number of barriers preventing women from investing, according to a new report by Fidelity International.
Low income earners in the majority of master trusts are missing out on tax relief on their retirement savings due to a legislative technicality, according to research.
Despite improvements in investment manager attitudes towards responsible investment, research reveals there is a way to go before the majority deliver meaningful action. Victoria Ticha explores why
Fidelity International has unveiled further details of its new variable management fee model, which will launch on 1 March next year across the clean share classes of ten active equity funds.
Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'
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.
One of the world's largest fund managers has broken away from the controversial fixed fee model. Stephanie Baxter looks at why symmetric performance fees are better for pension funds.
This week's top stories include the FCA deeming half of the DB transfers it looked into unsuitable, DWP firing Workie and Fidelity International saying it will adopt a new active fund fee model.
An individual retiring in 2017 will have a pension pot just three quarters of someone retiring in 2007 immediately before the crash, according to research by Fidelity International.
Last year put geopolitical risk on the map for pension schemes. Charlotte Moore looks at how this can affect their portfolios
Helen Morrissey looks at pension schemes' experience of investing in the property market during 2016 and asks what they can expect during 2017
Inflation is on the rise but how can schemes deal with this? Lynn Strongin-Dodds takes a look at the options.
Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) have joined forces to better understand what value for money means for scheme members.
Sports Direct is facing mounting pressure to launch an independent review of how it is run by some of the UK's largest institutional investors.
Lack of consistency across defined contribution (DC) default funds may result in larger numbers of members opting out, Punter Southall Aspire has warned.