The pensions industry still trails behind others with its use of technology, writes Holly Roach.
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Analytical services company Camradata has published a white paper investigating defined contribution (DC) investment options and market challenges for investors.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is right to introduce new regulatory initiatives for 1,000 schemes as part of its clearer, quicker and tougher approach, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents said.
Holly Roach speaks to PASA's Kim Gubler about the year ahead, how technology is developing to help the industry and the benefits of the pensions dashboard.
J.P. Morgan has made a strategic investment in Smart Pension for an undisclosed amount, bringing the master trust's total funds raised to around £50m.
Buck has launched a solution to help pension schemes equalise guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) in a cost effective way with minimum hassle.
Smart Pension will roll out an online financial well-being application to help members make decisions about their money in Q1 next year.
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The youngest pension savers desire online tools to help them see the value of their pots but a third of employers offer no web-based services, according to analysis by PwC.
Stewart Bevan explains why the pensions industry needs to stop ignoring the benefits of PenTech and look at the positives it has to offer.
Martin Freeman has been hired as head of technology product and development at Smart Pension, to support the 'growing' technology product side of the business.
Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) members should be responsible for most of the cost of increased contributions if the scheme's defined benefit (DB) section remains open to accrual, Pensions Buzz respondents say.
Cyber security, privacy, automation, and artificial intelligence (AI) are the greatest risks to and opportunities for investments over the next 10 years, a major study of industry views has found.
Kim Kaveh explores how good use of digital tools in DC schemes can help members attain solid retirement outcomes
Michael Klimes asks if the tools that companies use to help staff understand pensions and finance are sufficient
Smith & Williamson has appointed Goddard Perry to provide actuarial and third-party administration services to its two defined benefit (DB) schemes.
Technological disruption will only benefit savers when financial institutions realise they must serve the needs of customers, according to London Business School's David Pitt-Watson.
Over £100bn has been transferred by the Origo Options Transfers service since it started eight years ago, driven by rising demand since Freedom and Choice.
Blockchain is a technology which has received a lot of hype in financial services. It has started to touch banking but has yet to affect pensions. Michael Klimes investigates what it has to offer
Raj Mody discusses the impact technology is having on the pensions industry.
This week, we want to know if the Pension Schemes Bill adequately addresses weaknesses in the master trust market and what the biggest obstacle to setting up the pension dashboard is.
A collaborative group aimed at helping the industry adapt to technological change has been established by the Transparency Task Force (TTF) founding chairman, (pictured above) Andy Agathangelou.
Margaret Snowdon has been appointed by HM Treasury to join the steering group for the pensions dashboard prototype project.