Some 42% of pension savers think their funds will fall in value as a result of Brexit, with younger savers showing the most concern, according to Aegon.
Some 96% of trustees are ready for upcoming ESG regulations which will require schemes to agree their approach to responsible investment, according to Hymans Robertson.
Over three quarters (78%) of defined contribution (DC) members feel their pension scheme is not aligned with their values, latest research by Franklin Templeton shows.
NEST reports minimal impact on perceptions of pension affordability following contribution rate hike
Just one in 20 members feel too much of their income goes into their pension, NEST Insight says.
Forcing company bosses to join the same defined benefit (DB) schemes as their staff could protect pensions better than the threat of prison sentences for scheme mismanagement, Warwick Business School (WBS) has suggested.
People approaching retirement are "systematically misjudging" their longevity and undervaluing annuities, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says.
The number of businesses expecting to have a master trust as their main defined contribution (DC) pension scheme is expected to double over the next three years to 26%, a LifeSight survey reveals.
Schroders survey reveals sustainable investment activity is highest among European investors. Kim Kaveh explores the research.
Some 39% of people over the age of 50 are not willing to take any investment risk with their pension savings, Retirement Advantage research finds.
More members are transferring out of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes when informed of the option, which suggests trustees must think carefully about member communication, according to research.
Employers should do more to engage members with pensions and help them harness the full potential of their options to reach a good retirement outcome, according to research.
Some 79% of people would like to see stricter rules and checks to ensure pension pots are secure, according to a survey by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
Kathryn Saklatvala has been appointed global content director at Bfinance and will be responsible for the group's efforts in producing research for clients.
Only 3% of final salary defined benefit (DB) schemes with assets of over £1bn are now open to new members according to Barnett Waddingham.
A majority of respondents believe the British Steel Pension Scheme will end up going into the lifeboat fund.
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.
The industry will need to scrutinise Budget announcements on national insurance contributions (NIC) for employers closely, the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) warns.
A considerable gap remains between public and private sector employer and employee contribution levels according to data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Over a third (36%) of FTSE 100 CEOs received no salary increase during 2015, up from a quarter in 2014.
Pension transfer requests out of defined benefit (DB) schemes doubled after the relaxation of defined contribution (DC) retirement processes, according to one provider.