In the fourth of a series of interviews with fiduciary evaluators, Margie Lindsay speaks to KPMG’s Greg Wright about why he sees the evaluator role as critical in selection and monitoring processes
Jenny Condron is chief actuarial officer at Mercer and became the first female chair of the Association of Consulting Actuaries in 2018. Here she tells Laura Miller what it takes to make it in a man’s world, the one thing that scares her most, and why...
The PLSA is on a continuous drive to ensure all of its members are better engaged and represented in its policymaking. James Phillips speaks to Julian Mund about the progress so far.
In the third of a series of interviews with fiduciary evaluators, Margie Lindsay speaks to IC Select’s Peter Dorward about his firm’s approach to fiduciary assessment.
In the second of a series of interviews with fiduciary evaluators, Margie Lindsay speaks to Hymans Robertson's Mark Baker about his firm’s approach to fiduciary assessment.
Redington managing director Marian Elliott picked up the Adviser of the Year award at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her success.
Capital Cranfield client director Judith Maguire scooped the Trustee of the Year accolade at this year’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her success.
The PPF is increasingly being called to vote on behalf of pension schemes in the event of a CVA process. James Phillips speaks to Malcolm Weir about the lifeboat fund’s capabilities.
Arc Pensions Law partner Anna Copestake scooped the Pensions Lawyer of the Year award at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards. She talks to Holly Roach about her successes to date.
In the first of a series of interviews with fiduciary evaluators, Margie Lindsay speaks to Barnett Waddingham’s Peter Daniels about how his team assesses fiduciary managers and the challenges for the industry going forward.
London Stock Exchange Group’s Ava Lau won the Pensions Manager of the Year award at PP’s inaugural Rising Star Awards. She tells Kim Kaveh about her successes to date.
Henry Tapper is often described as Britain’s most controversial pensions blogger. Kim Kaveh meets him on his boat, Lady Lucy, to talk about pensions past, present and future.
Holly Roach talks to LGIM’s Emma Douglas, who scooped the Pensions Woman of the Year award and the Lifetime Achievement accolade at PP’s Women in Pensions Awards
The Pension Protection Fund won training scheme of the year at PP's inaugural Rising Star Awards. Its chief people officer Katherine Easter tells Kim Kaveh about the lifeboat fund's achievements
The lifeboat fund is in a good position despite reserves taking a £0.6bn hit. But the ramifications of the EU judgment on member compensation is an area of concern for CEO Oliver Morley, writes Stephanie Baxter
James Phillips spoke to the former shadow chancellor at PBUK about how politicians must embrace the benefits of long-term policy creation through independent and cross-party thinking.
The Pensions Ombudsman is in the middle of an ongoing programme of change, speeding up dispute processes and seeking informal resolutions. James Phillips asks what to expect next.
The Pension Protection Fund's member payments officer won administrator of the year at PP's inaugural Rising Star Awards. He tells Kim Kaveh about his successes.
The Aon senior consultant was named mentor of the year at the inaugural Rising Star Awards. She speaks to Kim Kaveh about her successes to date.
The PwC senior associate was named Trainee of the Year at the inaugural Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards. She speaks to Kim Kaveh about her journey.
Aon's head of UK corporate consulting Oliver Walker won the Adviser of the Year category at the Rising Star Awards 2019. He tells Kim Kaveh about his successes to date.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has handed Link Pension Trustees fines totalling £103,750 for multiple breaches of pensions law in relation to the McDonald's Franchisee Pension Scheme.
After many changes in name and ownership over the past 22 years, Buck has gone back to its roots. David Piltz tells Stephanie Baxter why being smaller and nimbler is better