Here are the 15 principles Cass Business School's Pensions Institute believe should underpin the modelling of defined contribution schemes.
Academics have launched a consultation to establish the best way to model defined contribution schemes which could have "uncomfortable implications for plan members".
Pensions minister Steve Webb has reiterated his interest in providing guaranteed returns in defined contribution schemes to create of risk-sharing ‘defined ambition' vehicles, describing it as a "stunning sales pitch".
A blueprint for constructing mortality models tailored to specific scheme memberships has been developed by academics at Cass Business School's Pensions Institute.
Partnership has completed two medically underwritten buy-ins in a development academics say could kick-start a £380bn market.
London's local government pension schemes are poorly and inconsistently governed due to "fundamental flaws" that could threaten their sustainability, the Pensions Institute says.
The defined contribution market is "dysfunctional" and marked by "disingenuous" fund charges which halve the retirement income of members in low-cost schemes, the Pensions Institute says.
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Jonathan Stapleton looks at how to improve decumulation decisions
Behavioural economics can be adopted to improve the expenditure decisions of retirees, the Pensions Institute says.
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The government's "radical" annuity reform could have serious consequences for retirement incomes and public finances, the Cass Business School warns.
The Pensions Institute has warned that the "administrative nightmare" of auto-enrolment into NEST will divert necessary attention from the scheme's investment strategy. Do you agree?