Over half (52%) of employers engage their gig economy workers for whom no pension provision is required to be made under UK law, according to the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA).
Some 37% of pension fund investors expect to increase allocations to real assets over the next 12 months, according to Aviva Investors.
Retirement confidence is on the rise, with more than half of savers yet to retire feeling they will be able to do so comfortably, according to research by Aegon.
A Barnett Waddingham survey highlights the continued decline in DB schemes. Kim Kaveh looks at the data.
Concern about the potential impact on employer covenants has been rated the top risk for defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to a PTL survey.
Some 87% of master trusts support future collaborative efforts to overcome barriers to good service delivery, the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) says.
Just under three quarters of defined contribution (DC) members are interested in seeing how their pension scheme's performance compares to others in the market, according to AllianceBernstein.
Some 70% of defined contribution (DC) members want to know their scheme is personalised and tailored to their needs, an Invesco language study reveals.
Some 38% of pension schemes say high management fees are an obstacle to investing in hedge funds, research from the Asset Management Exchange (AMX) has found.
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Those retiring early are worse off each year compared to those retiring at the state pension age, but are the most comfortable when it comes to their financial situation, according to Prudential.
This year's Professional Pensions Administration Survey finds fewer schemes are seeing cost reductions. Jonathan Stapleton wonders whether common sense has been found in the TPA market.
A Blackrock survey reveals corporate and public sector defined benefit schemes are on increasingly diverging paths. Kim Kaveh explores the data.
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.
The aggregate total private pension wealth of all households in the UK in July 2014 to June 2016 increased to £5.3trn, according to the Office for National statistics (ONS).