PP editor Jonathan Stapleton speaks to NEST director of customer engagement Mark Rowlands about how his scheme is engaging members.
PIMCO global economic adviser Joachim Fels looks at the key economic trends for investors to keep an eye on over 2019.
Brett S. Kozlowski, CFA, fixed income portfolio manager at Putnam Investments, explains how securitised debt can be an important foundation for any asset allocation framework
In the first of a two-part series, Russell Lee (left) and Tom MacAulay (right) from Legal & General's pension risk transfer business look at pension consolidation vehicles from different angles and provide an insurer's perspective
Partner Insight: Diversification, a stable source of cash flow and expected returns in excess of expected defaults are among the benefits, says Martin Reeves, Head of Global High Yield at LGIM
Partner Insight: The search for yield and the need for greater governance are driving this trend, writes Jonathan Joiner, Senior Solutions Strategy Manager at LGIM
"The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed" - William Gibson
Fixed-income investing hasn't kept up with the rapid pace of technological innovation in the rest of the financial industry. Alliance Bernstein says that's about to change
Many investment portfolios that rely heavily on stock-bond diversification to manage risks may not be protected against inflation surprises. Real assets offer a solution.
In the last of Newton Investment Management's DC columns for the year, Catherine Doyle casts an eye over the past few months and looks to 2019.
The choices and spending patterns of the millennial generation will have a profound future impact on investing and the real estate sector, says Chris Kelly, head of commercial real estate lending at Amherst Capital Management
AB answers some of the big questions in DC and looks at how TDFs can help improve outcomes for members.
Industry Voice: Figuring out whether your money is funding issuers that are effective stewards of their corporations, society and the environment starts with asking your asset managers pointed questions about how they incorporate environmental, social...
Yawar Choudhry of Legal & General looks at factors trustees should take into account when embarking on a buy-in or buyout
Frankie Borrell from Legal & General reflects on a record breaking year for the pension buy-in and buyout market and asks if the significant increase in market activity is here to stay.
Panellists discuss alternative credit, ask how schemes can use it in their portfolios and explain the benefits of allocations to this asset class.
Partner Insight: What does the market mean by alternative credit? Here we outline the various definitions and why the asset class should be seen as a mainstream alternative
Steve Waygood, chief responsible investment officer at Aviva Investors, takes an in-depth look at the relationship between responsible investing and performance.
In the latest in series of DC columns from Newton Investment Management, Catherine Doyle says personal debt may not be a reason to forgo making provision for retirement
Samy Muaddi and Willem Visser of T. Rowe Price investigate the challenges that come with investing in Russia, and how to build 'oligarch risk' into models.
The Walter Scott research team looks at how the phenomenon of 'digital twins' improves business efficiency and creates new investment opportunities
Authorisation will lead to higher standards for all master trusts but their individual identities will remain, according to industry experts
Our latest Cyclical Outlook highlights the macro trends and market developments that underpin our outlook for 2019: slower growth, but likely no recession.
T Rowe Price's Andrew Keirle looks at the three stages of a crisis in emerging markets