Industry experts are calling on the government to act quickly on new pensions dashboard legislation. The DWP is looking at how to do it amid Brexit constraints, writes Kim Kaveh
The PPF 7800 deficit was slashed in half last month as gilt yields rose. Victoria Ticha asks if this is the start of a longer trend
An analysis of IGC annual reports finds some lacking in information on value for money, costs and charges, and investment performance. James Phillips explores the findings
Research by Hymans Robertson predicts existing options could shrink the DB universe by four-fifths in 25 years' time. Stephanie Baxter explores its predictions
Schemes looking to take advantage of attractive longevity swap pricing face a number of challenges in 2018. Victoria Ticha looks at some of the key themes.
As the Work and Pensions Committee's consultation on CDC closes, Stephanie Baxter asks whether it could offer a viable alternative in the binary pensions system
Defined contribution schemes face a whole raft of challenges in 2018. Kim Kaveh looks at how they should be approached
As the government considers reviewing where schemes rank in insolvencies, James Phillips explores how likely it is for schemes to be able to recover debts and if change is needed.
The buy-in and buyout market is on course for a record-breaking year as demand continues to rise amid attractive pricing. Victoria Ticha looks at what to expect
For the first time, TPR is testing its anti-avoidance powers in the courts in a bid to impose an FSD on ITV. James Phillips explores the implications.
There are fears the government's new saving scheme could interfere with auto-enrolment. Kim Kaveh asks if we should be worried.
After a year of stellar growth, investors are concerned the global economy will not be able to sustain momentum. Stephanie Baxter looks at some of the latest economic predictions
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.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries has proposed a 'national flexible ISA' and tax reform to improve intergenerational fairness. Kim Kaveh looks at how these would work
Members should have access to good guidance for DB transfers to limit potential issues and improve member outcomes, writes Kim Kaveh.
Stephanie Baxter explores the results of the European regulator's assessment of resilience of DB schemes in adverse market scenarios
The Brexit deal on the Irish border is heavily vested in trade and security needs, but it also poses problems for cross-border scheme members, James Phillips writes.
Just weeks until EU variation margin rules come into force for physical FX forwards, regulators have said schemes will probably not have to comply after all. This creates a lot of uncertainty, writes Stephanie Baxter
The Hymans Robertson Staff Pension Plan's governance committee has taken various steps this year to improve member experience, writes Michael Klimes
Michael Klimes explores whether consultants and actuaries could end up in court if they fail to give proper advice on financial risks related to climate change
The UK could face a retirement income crisis due to a lack of joined-up policy, according to research by the Pensions Institute. Stephanie Baxter takes a look at the findings
Master trusts have escaped significant regulatory scrutiny despite their surge in usage under AE since 2012, but this will soon change. James Phillips reports.
Michael Klimes asks if the proposal to close USS to future accrual is realistic
There have been calls to extend salary exchange rules to lower-paid earners. However, Kim Kaveh finds it would be very complicated and could cause problems for members