There are just three days left to register for Pensions and Benefits UK, which will be held on 20-21 May at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in the heart of Westminster.
Auto-enrolment legislation may lead to an increase in performance-related litigation, as employers are not specifically protected from responsibility for investment results.
Singapore's state-sponsored defined contribution scheme is an example of how a 'property from pensions' model could work in the UK, according to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner David Pollard.
Emerging market infrastructure, emerging market government bonds and high yield corporate bonds could provide growth and a steady income stream for schemes over the next year, delegates heard.
The government is reconsidering its advice on GMP equalisation in an attempt to make the process "as painless as possible", Steve Webb has announced.
Steve Webb has urged the industry to listen more to consumers and adopt a more flexible attitude to saving.
Most current pensions regulation "is fit for purpose", pensions minister Steve Webb says.
The Pensions Regulator chairman Michael O'Higgins has warned trustees not to be "recklessly prudent" in negotiations with employers or in their investment strategy.
Pensions minister Steve Webb has urged the industry to "take a chill pill" on the schedule for state pension reform.
Register for the 2012 Professional Pensions Show, which will include pensions minister Steve Webb and TPR chairman Michael O'Higgins as keynote speakers.
Here they are... Some of the best pictures from the Professional Pensions Show 2011, held at London's ExCel Centre on Wednesday and Thursday last week.
Over regulation and being seen to "do the right thing" has overshadowed the only important thing to trustees - the employer covenant, a consultant says.
Professional scheme trustees should be "better regulated", according to an independent trustee firm.
Here it is. PP rounds up some of the top stories from the Professional Pensions Show 2011.
The tone of industry regulators is "aggressive and confrontational" rather than being collegiate with the industry, a lawyer says.
The Pensions Regulator has confirmed that addresses will remain under the category of common data and be subject to its stringent data targets.
Employers should see the upgrades to systems and processes required for auto-enrolment as an opportunity to improve pensions communications, the conference heard.
There is little hope government will not legislate to deal with the problem of guaranteed minimum pension equalisation, delegates heard.
TPR chief executive Bill Galvin tells PP what the industry needs to do ahead of the 2012 pension reforms.
The government are yet to develop a grand vision for pensions and should be prepared to resort to compulsion if auto-enrolment fails, delegates heard.
Pension funds are facing a dilemma in that de-risking is expensive and not getting cheaper so they should take on more risk in the current climate, delegates heard.
The Pension Protection Fund has confirmed the levy estimate for 2012/13 will be £550m.
Employers who provide information on lifetime allowance potential tax charges in light of auto-enrolment have nothing to fear from The Pensions Regulator, delegates heard.
Ensuring employers are fully prepared for auto-enrolment is not only a duty of The Pensions Regulator and government but falls on the shoulders of industry as well, delegates heard.