The latest inflation figures could cut deficits by £10bn
Peter Ball looks at how schemes are using absolute return bond funds.
Adrian Hull explains why an environment of lower liquidity in bond markets brings risks for pension schemes.
Stephen Adams has been appointed head of equities at Kames Capital.
Here they are - the winners of the inaugural Professional Pensions Investment Awards (PPIA).
PP looks at how asset managers and insurers are changing their offerings ahead of April
Natasha Browne asks whether negative reaction to the outflow from US high yield was exaggerated
The Bank of England (BoE) has kept interest rates at a record low of 0.5% for the 65th consecutive month.
Former JLT Employee Benefits (JLT EB) head of investment consulting Peter Ball has joined Kames Capital to lead its institutional business on an interim basis.
Kames Capital has appointed former Citibank complex pricing group assistant vice president Nick Chatters to its fixed income team headed by David Roberts.
The process of gilt-yield reversion will be long and drawn out despite signs this year could be the most challenging year for bond investors since 1994, says Kames Capital.
John McNeill questions whether gilt yields really are beginning to normalise.
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2013.
The Kelda Group Pension Plan has appointed Kames Capital for an £85m indirect property mandate.
Hannah Brenton looks at whether pension funds could benefit from government plans to ease the rules on office-to-residential conversions
Taha Lokhandwala considers the gilts outlook.
Kames Capital head of investment strategy Bill Dinning has quit his role to become an investment strategist for Coal Pension Trustee Services.
The £1.45bn Berkshire Pension Fund has appointed Kames Capital to manage a £70m global equity mandate.
Charlotte Richards asks bond managers about the possible impact of the UK losing its prized AAA rating.
The panellists discuss if pension schemes should be upping their allocation to fixed income, the ramifications of the budget and the 100-year bond
The Bank of England's move to increase quantitative easing by £50bn will prolong low gilt yields for a further 12 months, adding further strains on pension funding positions, experts say.
Listen to our latest Pensions Conjecture debate on Inflation.
Listen to our latest Pensions Conjecture debate on Property Investment.
Kames Capital has appointed Jonathan Taylor to its institutional sales team in the new role of business development and consultant relations manager.