Schemes are allocating increasing sums to direct lending. Lynn Strongin Dodds assesses the appeal of the asset class and asks if its stellar growth can continue.
This year's survey reveals what schemes are looking for in administration systems and third-party administrators, and highlights the key providers.
The impact of a takeover on a pension scheme can be significant. Tom Jackman looks at how trustees can ensure they are on the front foot.
The Danish dashboard - PensionsInfo - has existed since 1999. Its head, Michael Rasch speaks to Michael Klimes about its history and what lessons can be learned.
Darren Redmayne and Paul Houghton look into upcoming changes to how IAS19 is to be applied.
Nikesh Patel discusses the perils of over diversification in scheme portfolios
Claire Southern looks at the issues trustees must be aware of around cyber-security
Altaf Kassam looks at how schemes can make their growth portfolio work harder
Paul Traynor says UK schemes can learn a lot from the overseas experience of scheme consolidation
Steve Cook, Chris Perryman and John Bates look at managing liquidity in emerging market corporates
Mike Ramsey reflects on the government's Green Paper.
Jonathan Stapleton takes a look at how employers can help their members through the at-retirement journey and ensure they are getting the right support to make decisions.
Helen Ball discusses the importance of proper business planning for pension schemes
Jonathan Crowther and Sebastien Proffit say schemes need to prepare their portfolios to deal with increased cashflow requirements.
Last year put geopolitical risk on the map for pension schemes. Charlotte Moore looks at how this can affect their portfolios
Vince Childers thinks DC schemes should take a look at real assets.
Credit markets face challenges but there are opportunities for schemes finds Lynn Strongin Dodds
Calum Cooper urges schemes to engage with members on defined benefit transfers
Helen Morrissey spoke to DB Taskforce chairman Ashok Gupta at the recent PLSA Investment Conference about industry reaction to its recent report
Working for an SME used to mean having limited benefit options. Owain Thomas explores why that is changing and what opportunities are now open to employers
Jeremy Lang looks back at the events of 2016 and asks what lessons we can take
Mike Morrison looks at the recent Staveley case which could highlight issues for those wishing to consolidate pensions in the run up to retirement
Ludovic Colin says that 2017 will call for a flexible approach to bond investing
David Hutchins looks at the recent FCA interim market study and asks how better value can be delivered to members