Seven directors of the Trustee Corporation have been accredited under the Pensions Management Institute’s (PMI) Aptitude programme.
Peter Stanley and Clifford Sims set out why and when trustees are expected to listen to advice.
Key players in the Dock Workers Pension Fund tell James Phillips the tale of getting to endgame ahead of plan
Many key pension scheme risks fall outside the IRM framework and are therefore often left unmitigated. Matthew Giles looks at how to tackle these areas.
The government has postponed changes to IR35 tax rules until 2021 to relieve the pressure on businesses during the coronavirus crisis, just a week after the Budget confirmed they would go ahead.
A panel of experts have shared their views on how DB schemes can make good consolidation decisions. Kim Kaveh reports from the PLSA’s annual conference .
The PMI has gauged views on whether all schemes should have a mandatory professional trustee. Kim Kaveh looks at the results of its member survey
Social impact investing is growing in prominence, but schemes may be failing to truly understand what it entails. James Phillips looks at the key hurdles.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) could benefit from having a pool of "super trustees" that can be parachuted into schemes to fix problems when they arise, experts say.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) is modernising through its aim to provide members access to 'core insight' by forming industry partnerships with organisations, writes Victoria Ticha
The DB white paper sets out plans to review the funding regime, with 'prudent' and 'appropriate' possibly redefined. But James Phillips asks if this could this signal a return to an MFR-like approach
Michael Klimes examines whether clarification on new money laundering rules will ease additional obligations on schemes.
Michael Klimes explores what practical steps schemes can take to protect members from hacking and identity fraud
Michael Klimes examines what additional obligations money laundering rules introduced in June may put on schemes
The government suffered a major High Court defeat after guidance forcing the LGPS to invest in line with UK foreign policy was deemed unlawful. Stephanie Baxter finds it could have far-reaching consequences.
Jay Doraisamy has been appointed pensions partner in the London offices of Mayer Brown.
In May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union, Michael Klimes examines how it will affect UK trustees
From April schemes with a corporate trustee must keep a register of people with significant control.
PP finds potential political interference in the LGPS on divestment decisions is causing concern.
Section 48 of the Administration of Justice Act 1985 can provide a solution to pension problems
Schemes have been urged to take advantage of an obscure procedure to amend scheme rules easily after the High Court backed trustees seeking to ignore drafting errors in their trust deeds.
PP looks at why reviewing fund manager contracts is so important
Pension schemes must review their contracts with investment managers to identify issues that could put trustees' fiduciary duties at risk, according to Squire Patton Boggs.
Trustee boards stand to gain a lot by adopting a more challenging stance with their advisers finds Helen Morrissey.