Lesley Carline has been elected as the new president of the Pensions Management Institute (PMI). She speaks to Victoria Ticha about her plans
The pensions and financial inclusion minister tells James Phillips about his first year in office and his philosophy behind pension policy creation.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has appointed its first female chair, Jenny Condron. Victoria Ticha speaks to her about the key pension issues that must be addressed and how to bridge the industry's gender gap
Following its April launch, the Midlands pool is well on the road to becoming a full-service asset manager. Andrew Warwick-Thompson speaks to Stephanie Baxter about the challenges of hiring and maintaining relationships
B&CE turned 75 in October last year. Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Patrick Heath-Lay about how the not-for-profit provider has evolved since it was founded in 1942.
The £43bn local government pool has hit a lot of milestones in recent months, but this is just the start of a long journey. Its chief executive Rachel Elwell speaks to Stephanie Baxter
Outgoing president Hugh Nolan and incoming president Paul McGlone speak to Jonathan Stapleton about key industry challenges and the future of the SPP
The LPP pool was one of the first to emerge from the Local Government Pension Scheme. Michael O'Higgins speaks to Stephanie Baxter about the journey towards pooling
The regulator speaks to Kim Kaveh about how its code of practice for authorising master trusts will aid the process.
The pensions watchdog has been through some testing times and is making significant changes to the way it regulates. Speaking to Stephanie Baxter, Mark Boyle takes stock and looks to the future
Head of investment strategy Ian Scott speaks to James Phillips about the fund's insourcing programme, how it manages risk exposure, and how claims impact its strategy.
Defined contribution (DC) schemes will face new duties to disclose investment costs and charges as the government presses ahead with a bid to build a more transparent and trustworthy pensions sector.
MMC UK Pension Fund's Frank Oldham tells Stephanie Baxter how its £3.4bn longevity swap came about and why it chose a captive structure
The regulator is cracking down on unacceptable levels of non-compliance and using some of its powers for the first time. Its chief executive Lesley Titcomb tells Stephanie Baxter what trustees can expect
Jamie Jenkins, one of the three chairs of the DWP external advisory group of the AE review, speaks to Kim Kaveh about its key themes.
The PLSA's new chief executive Julian Mund speaks to James Phillips about the association's plans for the future and how it will balance competing interests
Chairman of BESTrustees Alan Pickering speaks to Stephanie Baxter about the toxic effect of knee-jerk legislation over the past 20 years, and why he wants a national pensions authority
PMI outgoing president Kevin LeGrand and incoming president Robert Branagh talk to James Phillips about the organisation's plans and the industry's challenges.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman talks to Michael Klimes about the challenges for occupational schemes and his unfinished business with Sir Philip Green.
In the latest of PP's Pensions Influencers interview series, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Mike Weston, chief executive of The Pensions Infrastructure Platform
The Swedish dashboard was launched 13 years ago but its progress has not been straightforward. Its chief executive Anders Lundström speaks to Michael Klimes
In the latest of PP's Pensions Influencers interview series, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Ian McKnight, chief investment officer of the Royal Mail Pension Plan
In the first of PP's Pensions Influencers interview series, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Cliff Speed, chief investment officer of TPT Retirement Solutions
Phoenix Group's senior corporate pensions actuary Richard Zugic speaks to PP about how a longevity swap was transformed into a bulk annuity for the PGL Pension Scheme in the first deal of its kind.