Jo Myerson looks what trustees should be considering if their sponsor decides to temporarily shut its doors.
With renewed urgency, governments and businesses strive for climate improvements, and pension schemes should take advantage, say Sammy Suzuki and Kent Hargis.
UK pension schemes are working hard to counter climate risks across investment portfolios, but the assessment of climate risks to sponsor covenant must be a key focus of schemes’ broader risk assessment, says Michael Bushnell.
Local authority funds must use lessons from the past to continue delivering into the future, says James Stoddart
Caroline Kurup explores the latest TPR guidance on superfund transfers and what scheme trustees should be considering
Much like when selling a house, DB plans need to tidy up before approaching the bulk annuity market, says David Ellis.
With a recent rise in the number of smaller schemes undertaking bulk annuity transactions, Charlotte Quarmby sets out why now might be the right time for smaller pension schemes looking to de-risk.
Morten Nilsson explains why the BTPS is aiming to be net zero on carbon emissions by 2035, and how it plans to get there.
Darryl Brundle and Ashley Kanter look at the contrasting pressures and easements on longevity associated with the pandemic
Philip Dickinson looks at the impact of Covid-19 on the transfer market and how schemes and advisers can support members.
The PPF's compensation regime has been subject to a number of court challenges. Jonathan Hazlett takes a look at the complexities involved
With under three-quarters of a year left for retendering exercises to be completed, capacity issues could arise and reduce choice, writes James Phillips.
The Association of Member-Nominated Trustees co-chair David Weeks remembers some of the organisation’s highs and lows during a tumultuous first decade
Despite Covid, ESG is still in the spotlight, says Holly Roach
Evita Zanuso looks at the role social assets can play in UK pension fund portfolios to help build back after the pandemic
Willis Tower Watson analyst Jennifer Harrison was the winner of the PMI's fourth student essay competition. In her paper, she looks at the way Covid-19 has changed the way people and companies in the industry work and asks whether these changes will become...
James Baxter-Derrington talks to ESG investment specialists about current issues in the ESG ratings market and how the market might look in years to come.
Make My Money Matter chief executive Tony Burdon discusses the campaign to change pensions for the better.
Joe Condy looks at the behavioural biases that can impact investors' decisions and how they can be be overcome
Simon Bond looks at how Covid-19 has caused a surge in the issuance of social bonds and whether this will continue
While the CMI Model of longevity improvements has proved reliable, Covid-19 threatens to cause it to show an unrealistic falls in life expectancy. Tim Gordon explains why the industry should not overreact
As part of a series celebrating PP’s silver anniversary, Hope William-Smith asks industry veterans about policy over the past 25 years and what needs to change for the future.
Dry powder can be useful for pension scheme portfolios, but to make it attractive schemes need to make sure the assets are both available and not so low return they dilute wider return characteristics. Jonathan Hobbs, Kevin Kneafsey, Matthias Scheiber,...
As over 1,000 DB schemes seek to agree a valuation amid the crisis, Hope William-Smith looks at the considerations.