TPR’s consultation on the future of trusteeship closed last week, but there are mixed views on its proposals. Kim Kaveh looks at the industry’s responses.
Muse Advisory has refreshed its management structure with four senior promotions.
Muse Advisory's CEO and co-founder was named joint Role Model of the Year at the inaugural Women in Pensions Awards. She speaks to Stephanie Baxter about her success
Disasters happen, but the consequences can be huge. Pádraig Floyd looks at what trustees and employers can do to ensure the master trust they have selected can withstand a crisis
Muse Advisory has appointed Chris Fagan as associate director to expand its governance team and help grow its UK advisory offerings.
Muse Advisory has appointed Barry Mack as client director and a member of the senior team. Mack had previously worked at Hymans Robertson since 2009 as partner and head of governance.
Sun Chemical Pension Scheme has given fiduciary manager Mercer the axe and handed the £360m mandate to Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM).
Mark Hodgkinson looks at the varying costs incurred by £1bn plus schemes
Master trusts could take off in the defined benefit market. Michael Klimes finds out why.
Helen Morrissey says master trust due diligence difficulties must not be ignored
PP asks who will offer drawdown from April, and how will it work?
PP looks at whether advances in IT are helping or hindering trustees.
Deregulation of the flexible drawdown market would be required to ensure changes under the Budget 2014 are effective, industry experts say.
Muse Advisory has appointed former Towers Watson senior consultant Ian McQuade as client director to lead its defined contribution (DC) services.
Muse Advisory has appointed Paul Trickett as chairman of its new advisory board, adding another position to the number of trusteeships and directorships he has taken up since April.
Trustees and schemes are at risk of significant problems because administrators are withholding information, according to advisers.
Muse Advisory has promoted Anne Kershaw to its senior management team.
Auto-enrolment and pressure on cashflows are forcing schemes and employers to re-examine their administration arrangements, providers and consultants say.