Will funds benefit from increased mortality rates?
Age Partnership has launched a service to gather member information for schemes exploring a medically underwritten bulk annuity deal.
The development of a capital market for longevity risk would ease the debt burden on future generations, Natasha Browne hears
The insurance industry faces a "severe" concentration of systematic longevity risk through the market for buy-ins, buyouts and longevity swaps, according to professor David Blake.
PP looks at the latest proposals to actually tell schemes what they pay asset managers
The Pensions Institute has published a consultation on retirement incomes from defined contribution (DC) schemes as part of a review launched by Labour.
Overestimates on populations may have led to schemes overspending on buyouts.
How do valuation method affect funding levels?
Scheme sponsors may have overspent on buyout contracts as a result of irregular mortality data, the Pensions Institute (PI) has warned.
Pension funds vying for asset classes freshly introduced to the market could erode the expected returns, SEI has warned.
The tendency of pension fund managers to "herd like lemmings" is threatening the stability of financial markets, according to the Pensions Institute (PI) at Cass Business School
Trustees need to challenge their advisers over costs, Jack Jones says
Almost all active fund managers fail to outperform the market once fees are extracted from returns, according to research from the Pensions Institute (PI).
The decumulation phase of defined contribution (DC) pensions should be institutionalised to prevent savers from splashing their pots, the Pensions Institute (PI) has said.
Asset managers must reveal the full cost of management to investors, as concealed costs can account for up to 85% of a fund's total transaction fees, the Pensions Institute says.
The industry has questioned whether the charge cap on auto-enrolment (AE) default funds is good for scheme members.
More than half of people (52%) would choose a reduced savings pot over increasing their exposure to risk, according to research from the Pensions Institute (PI).
Natasha Browne examines the Pensions Institute’s report on member value for money
Natasha Browne says charges must be cleaned up to gain public trust
The defined contribution (DC) pensions market will rocket to six times its 2012 value of £276bn assets under management (AUM) by 2030, according to the Pensions Institute (PI).
The introduction of auto-enrolment (AE) has led to a significant increase in defined contribution (DC) schemes' allocations to real estate, according to a Pensions Institute (PI) report.
Hymans Robertson has launched a fixed-fee service for small to medium-sized schemes looking at medically underwritten buy-ins.
The Pensions Institute has published a set of 16 principles of good practice for modelling defined contribution (DC) in a bid to improve the way schemes are designed.
How the Pensions Institute thinks providers could improve DC