DC schemes are increasingly looking at investing in alternatives but face a number of challenges. Charlotte Moore takes a look at the issues they face.
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2019...
SEI has submitted its master trust authorisation application to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) with just a few weeks left until the deadline.
SEI Investment Company's institutional group has appointed Alistair Jones to deliver investment advice for its defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution scheme client base.
Investment and law firms have the highest median gender hourly gender pay gaps out of nearly 100 pension-related firms reporting, James Phillips writes.
Master trusts will need to be authorised by the regulator from October, but the current framework is still a draft. James Phillips explores if it's ready.
Steve Charlton has been appointed to a newly-created role in SEI's institutional business as part of plans to grow its defined contribution (DC) proposition across Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and Asia.
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA's) provisional decision to refer the investment consulting market to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has largely been welcomed by the industry.
James Phillips explores the diverse range of responses to the government's green paper on sustainability and affordability of defined benefit schemes.
The quality of trustees must improve so they can better govern and challenge their advisers, according to a panel of MPs and experts, including the shadow pensions minister.
John St. Hill has been made deputy chief investment officer (CIO) in a newly created role at the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
KPMG's 2016 fiduciary management survey reveals more schemes are seeking independent advice but raises concerns about increasing hedging levels as the sector continues to expand. Stephanie Baxter reports.
Savers in defined contribution (DC) schemes will benefit from Brexit if their investments are truly diversified, says SEI's Ashish Kapur.
PP looks at how standards on master trust governance are developing
Master trusts have grown rapidly as a result of auto-enrolment but there are concerns about the regulatory framework that underpins them. Padraig Floyd asks how things can be improved.
Ed Tomlinson has been hired to lead Aon Hewitt's defined benefit (DB) delegated sales team in the UK as the firm sees increasing demand.
As the fiduciary management market continues to grow Lynn Strongin-Dodds looks at how schemes can measure their manager's performance.
Professional Pensions asked eleven of the leading UK fiduciary management firms questions about key skillsets, performance measurement standards and challenges for the year ahead. This is what they said…
IC Select has beefed up its stewardship service to help trustees monitor their fiduciary managers and run their schemes.
Behavioural economics could help trustees avoid making mistakes that could ultimately put members at risk. Michael Klimes investigates
Trustees of defined benefit (DB) schemes are failing to challenge their consultants on investment advice, according to research by SEI and IFF Research.
The UK Power Networks Pension Scheme has appointed SEI to act as fiduciary manager for its defined benefit (DB) section and investment adviser on its defined contribution arrangements.
How small schemes can behave more like bigger ones
Cai Rees has been made a director in SEI's institutional advice team in the EMEA region where he will advise large pension schemes.