After a year of stellar growth and stubbornly high valuations, asset bubbles may forming that could lead to market corrections. Stephanie Baxter looks at what 2018 has in store
The majority of respondents in this week's Pensions Buzz agree with Neil Woodford's investment firm that de-risking has worsened scheme deficits.
The cost and size of pension deficits are increasing which has consequences for trustees, company directors and shareholders. Michael Klimes asks if investors are starting to worry.
The biggest stories on PP were Pirelli's £600m longevity swap, how trustees could get sued over excessive charges, and four insurers to enter bulk annuities market by 2021. Here are the top five.
Neil Woodford has decided to permanently abolish staff bonuses at his firm Woodford Investment Management as he believes they can "distort behaviour".
Industry officials have called for asset manager reward systems to be axed in favour of higher flat salaries, in order to discourage short-termism.
A majority of respondents believe the British Steel Pension Scheme will end up going into the lifeboat fund.
This week we want to know what will happen to the British Steel Pension Scheme and will fund managers follow Neil Woodford who has stopped charging clients for research?
Industry veteran Neil Woodford has become one of the first fund managers to stop charging clients for research, paving the way for further changes around fee transparency in the asset management industry.
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