Incoming president Duncan Buchanan sets out the SPC's agenda for the next 12 months
Roger Mattingly talks to Jack Jones about the role of the Society of Pension Consultants, and his concerns for the industry
Rachel Dalton examines the forces closing in on money purchase.
Professional Pensions correspondent Jack Jones was awarded trade journalist of the year award at the Society of Pension Consultants' annual dinner on Wednesday night.
Plans to change the way directors' pensions are valued in remuneration reports are "fundamentally misplaced," says the Society of Pension Consultants.
Jack Jones examines an underwhelmed industry's response to the DWP’s plans on small pots.
The industry has urged the National Association of Pension Funds to take care when designing its "pounds and pence" charging code to avoid too much focus on low charges.
Top industry commentators give PP their interpretation of Steve Webb's new catchphrase
Roger Mattingly will replace Kevin LeGrand as president of the Society of Pension Consultants.
Government plans to enforce GMP equalisation will bring about a fresh wave of defined benefit scheme closures and could imperil the overall health of the economy, the industry warns.
Jack Jones examines the role virtual aggregators could play in solving the small pots problem.
The pensions industry has thrown its weight behind the creation of aggregator schemes to make Steve Webb's ‘operation big fat pension pot' a success.
Hannah Brenton's reviews Osborne's performance
The Society of Pension Consultants has urged the European Commission to clarify whether all occupational pension schemes are exempt from its ban on gender-based annuity pricing.
UK schemes will need to share the cost of risk modelling if Solvency II-type regulations are applied to the pensions industry, experts argue.
Jonathan Stapleton urges Eurocrats to take note
Jack Jones delves into the opposition to EIOPA's plans
Proposals to channel pension fund assets directly into companies have received a mixed response from the industry.
Jack Jones talks to Margaret Snowdon
Professional Pensions has launched a Campaign for Better DC Default Options in a bid to raise awareness of best practice in defined contribution default design.
Industry gets behind PP call to arms on decent defaults
The industry must help come up with ideas to re-establish the balance of scheme risks borne by employers and employees, Society of Pension Consultants president Kevin LeGrand says.
Professional Pensions editor Jonathan Stapleton was awarded trade journalist of the year at the Society of Pension Consultants Journalist of the Year Award last night.
The DMO should issue CPI-linked gilts on shorter durations of ten to 20 years to match schemes' shorter-dated CPI-linked liabilities, two of the industry's biggest bodies say.