Now authorisation has ended for existing schemes, Kim Kaveh reflects on the process and asks what the future holds for ongoing supervision.
Mega-deals have dominated the buy-in and buyout market this year, limiting insurer appetite for smaller transactions. John Breedon looks at how small schemes can get ahead for next year.
Flexible apportionment arrangements have become a commonly used tool for employers but, as Andy Lewis says, there can be issues for the unwary.
While equities are often considered the best weapon to wield in ESG-related engagement, pension schemes also have huge power through their bond allocations, says Mitch Reznick
As the CMA’s remedies for the fiduciary management market bed in, schemes should be thinking more about how fees are structured, says David Hickey
The dashboard must be simple and based on consumer needs to be successful, Denmark and Sweden have found. Margie Lindsay looks at the lessons from the two projects.
From October, trustees need to show how they are factoring ESG issues into investment decisions. Holly Roach explores why the changes may not be radical but could boost member engagement.
Skipton Building Society pensions manager Caroline Eastwood scooped the Pensions Manager of the Year accolade at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She tells Holly Roach about her success.
As pension schemes grapple with new fiduciary management and investment consulting rules, Charlotte Moore asks what trustees need to do
Portfolios constructed using a cashflow-driven approach can prove to be a good fit for meeting ESG regulatory requirements and mitigating risk, says David Curtis.
Improvements in governance are leading to increasing investment innovation in DC. In this roundtable, panellists discuss charges, alternative investments and how schemes are approaching ESG
While in-house administration comes with its own challenges, for some schemes it can have significant advantages over third-party providers, argues Philip Dickinson
Professional Pensions' expert Brexit Advisory Panel discusses the key considerations for schemes ahead of the UK's potential exit from the European Union
While buy-ins can provide an immediate reduction to liability values, schemes run the risk of retaining key risks and storing up problems, says Jos Vermeulen
Infrastructure is an asset class of increasing interest to schemes. In this roundtable, panellists discuss the investment, looking in particular at ESG issues and how they expect the asset class to develop
The various potential routes for the government to respond to the McCloud judgment will mean some members lose out, writes Moira Warner.
More women are working in the industry but there is still a way to go, particularly at the senior level. In this roundtable, panellists discuss how to achieve a better gender balance
Service credits are a useful feature of administration contracts, tying performance with fee levels, but they are rarely used. Daniel Taylor argues why more contracts should include them.
Putting together a pension fund can be tricky to tackle, whether you have just set foot into the world of work, or have been working for years and are approaching retirement. Emily McKinnon looks at effective ways of saving for retirement.
An increasing number of people are struggling with their finances. Nick Martindale looks at what employers can do to help their staff with money.
Framework is needed now to help remedy the age-related differences in public service pension schemes. Virginia Burke looks at what administrators can do.
In this webinar, panellists discuss some of the key questions around defined benefit consolidation, including what it is trying to achieve and the suitability of various models.
Sterling credit assets are in relatively short supply. Sebastien Proffit looks how this can affect scheme CDI strategies.
Matthew Giles looks at how the new standards and accreditation framework will impact professional trustees