A panel of pension experts spoke at Pensions and Benefits UK to debate lay trustees, the 'disastrous' freedoms and the problem with having two regulators. Stephanie Baxter reports from the conference
It has been almost five years since British Airways (BA) launched legal action against the trustees of its Airways Pension Scheme (APS) for unilaterally awarding a discretionary benefit to members.
The pensions industry has, Francis Fernandes says, an 'unhealthy obsession with modelling' and should spend more time on contingency planning.
Alan Taylor looks at the importance of looking at alternative risk measures when developing investment and funding strategies for DB schemes
As the NHS shows signs of embracing the virtual GP concept, will the burgeoning employer-provided market face a slowdown? Asks Suzanne Clarkson.
Brexit is likely to have a significant impact on UK schemes' funding and investment strategies. Wayne Fitzgibbon and John Gething look at what trustees can do to prepare
The FCA introduced new regulations around the measurement and disclosure of transaction costs in January. Jon Parker looks at how trustees should respond.
A growing number of schemes are moving towards integrating responsible investment policies into investment processes. Charlotte Moore looks at how funds are approaching this
Stuart Pickford and Tom Wild look at the extent to which courts will help resolve problems caused by technical defects or amendment errors in documents.
Alison Hatcher looks at why it is so important to improve diversity in the pensions sector, and how to do it
Disasters happen, but the consequences can be huge. Pádraig Floyd looks at what trustees and employers can do to ensure the master trust they have selected can withstand a crisis
Simon Hart and Rob Archer look at how integrated risk management can improve a scheme's governance process and raise standards
Abhishek Srivastav explains why he believes the regulator's annual funding statement strengthens the case for a cash-flow driven investment approach
The Professional Pensions Administration Survey 2018 reveals the rankings of the best third-party administrators and software providers for pension schemes.
The General Data Protection Regulation will have a wide ranging impact on pension funds. Jay Doraisamy and Mark Prinsley say there is still time to take action ahead of 25 May
The adoption of consolidation among DB funds has been slow to date. Paul Murphy asks if the white paper will act as a catalyst for smaller schemes to join master trusts
Average active fixed income manager returns have been historically strong. But, as Scott Richardson and Jordan Brooks explain, this may not be entirely the result of manager skill
Stephanie Baxter speaks to five pools about the progress they have made and their plans for the future beyond the April 1 deadline
Mental health is a significant issue in the workplace. Nick Martindale takes a look at how a growing number of issues are recognising and tackling the challenge.
Most schemes use a gilts plus discount rate for funding valuations. But, as Ben Gold explains, these can be poor predictors of scheme returns and explores three alternatives for trustees to consider.
Breaking the closed-loop thinking in pensions is possible if we can change our collective mind-set, according to David Blake and Matthew Syed
In the third and final part of a series on choosing asset managers. Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Richard Butcher and Roger Mattingly about beauty parades.
High profile corporate failures such as Carillion have left schemes facing significant losses. Andrew Palmer looks at how to avoid such issues in future.
A number of pension issues will be battled out in the courts over the course of this year. James Phillips rounds up the cases to watch out for and the potential consequences for the industry