Over the last 50 years, there has been a steady downward trend in property asset allocation. Charlotte Moore explores how scheme attitudes are changing
In the second of a three-part series on choosing asset managers, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Richard Butcher and Roger Mattingly about how trustees shortlist managers.
Mark Hodgson explains how model-driven, volatility-linked trading strategies such as risk parity can fail should risk spike or predicted correlations between equities and bonds break down.
The benefits promised by scheme consolidation are available today. Patrick Bloomfield asks why more trustees and sponsors aren't taking advantage of them
TPR says many trustee boards have failed to act on its codes and guidance on governance. Anthony Raymond explains what the watchdog is doing to address the problem.
Robert Wagstaff and Caroline Cruickshank assess the benefits of using third-parties to help manage longevity swap valuation and collateralisation
Harus Rai looks at how The Pensions Regulator's work to improve scheme governance has an impact on smaller schemes.
Marcus Norton explains why schemes must use corporate climate data and analysis to understand their exposure to climate risk.
Bob Campion explains why he believes the consolidation of smaller schemes will not work and looks at the alternatives
Howard Meaney looks at how long income strategies can benefit income-seeking institutional investors.
After a year of stellar growth and stubbornly high valuations, asset bubbles may forming that could lead to market corrections. Stephanie Baxter looks at what 2018 has in store
The industry seems to be moving inexorably towards consolidation but Mark Hodgson believes smaller schemes can have significant advantages
There has been a huge rise in the number of DB to DC transfers since 2015. Stephanie Hawthorne looks at how demand is changing and what these changes mean for schemes.
Despite auto-enrolment's success, it is a long way off from providing adequate pensions. Kim Kaveh explores how to achieve better member outcomes by 2035.
Shajahan Alam looks at how hedged diversification into foreign currency corporate bonds can offer schemes more attractive yields
Many schemes perceive emerging markets as risky investments. Christoph Hofmann explains why this is no longer the case
Communicating GMP calculations to members is no easy task. Matthew Doggett looks at how TPT Retirement Solutions has addressed the challenge
WSB's webinar panel looks at how employers can ensure they are getting full value from their group risk products and assesses the non-financial benefits on offer.
Sole trusteeship is growing. Harus Rai asks when is the right time for a trustee board to consider a move to such an arrangement.
Abhishek Srivastav and James Waters assess how maturing schemes can manage cashflows and mitigate investment risk
This is the first year since 2007 that all 35 OECD countries are growing but concerns remain over the US and China. Market corrections could be just around the corner, writes Charlotte Moore.
October 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of auto-enrolment. Stephanie Hawthorne assesses its progress so far and looks at areas for future improvement.
Changing third-party administrators can cause all sorts of issues, including loss of data. Michael Klimes looks at examples of poor transitions and asks if it is a widespread problem
In March, David Pitt-Watson and Dr Hari Mann published a paper looking at why finance matters and how the industry can improve. PP summarises the key points