The number of defined benefit (DB) schemes employing a sole trustee model is expected to double over the next five years, according to an Aon poll of the sector.
The Society of Pension Professionals is looking to make dynamic changes in a bid to stand out from the growing number of trade bodies catering for a dwindling audience.
The Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) has named James Riley as president for a two-year term beginning 1 June.
The dashboard is reliant on all schemes having data readily available, but this is not yet the case for many DB schemes. Paul McGlone says this is a challenge the industry must work to overcome
With the DB funding code set for a major revision at the same time as upgraded powers for the regulator, Paul McGlone says it is important to watch how these interact with each other.
Most pension professionals (58%) believe Retail Prices Index (RPI) reform should go further than simply switching to the housing-cost based Consumer Prices Index (CPIH), according to the Society of Pension Professionals (SPP).
The Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) has named Fred Emden as its first chief executive.
The industry has positive expectations for The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) forthcoming funding code for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, according to Aon.
The government’s review of the tapered annual allowance is underway with findings expected to be announced in the 11 March Budget.
The industry is urging the government to prioritise combatting pension scams in 2020, according to research by the Society of Pension Professionals (SPP).
As more schemes reach a fully funded status, it is important that the risk-averse environment is not codified into regulations, says Paul McGlone.
The concept of sole trusteeship must overcome a number of challenges, especially as the model becomes more widespread, argues Paul McGlone
The UK's largest asset management brands were mostly ranked lower or no different by investment consultants in Edelman's brand index than two years ago. Holly Roach looks at the findings
Paul McGlone says let's start with the basics, re-unite members with their DB schemes, and provide some very basic information
The equalisation of guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) is at least two years away from being completed, and could take longer than four years for some schemes, a poll has found.
Despite the gloom around Brexit and all the challenges facing pensions, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Top industry commentators tell Stephanie Baxter why there is cause for optimism
Paul McGlone sets out what he believes will be the biggest themes for pensions in the New Year.
Legislation allowing opposite-sex couples to register as civil partners is unlikely to have a significant impact on pension scheme liabilities, industry experts say.
The regulator has published a guidance paper on cyber security, advising trustees on how they should go about minimising risks faced by pension schemes. Victoria Ticha looks at the details
Paul McGlone will take over from Hugh Nolan as the next president of the Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) on 1 June, the trade body has announced.
Outgoing president Hugh Nolan and incoming president Paul McGlone speak to Jonathan Stapleton about key industry challenges and the future of the SPP
Paul McGlone says the challenges of cyber risk and GDPR are leading trustees to ask how they are protected if something goes wrong - but the answers are not always simple
Over half of pension professionals believe the 'gilts plus' valuation method is unhelpful in the current economic environment, according to Aon Hewitt research.
Trustees feel overloaded and need better support to make more timely decisions, research from Aon Hewitt has revealed.