The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has proposed a number of reforms to boost pensions adequacy. Victoria Ticha looks at the recommendations.
The Work and Pensions Committee has called for the government to introduce an auto-drawdown option while allowing NEST to offer decumulation products, James Phillips reports
Total UK pension liabilities rose to approximately £7.6trn from 2010 to 2015, according to the latest data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Mortality continues to show a steady decline in improvement, well below previous estimates. Victoria Ticha explores industry's reaction to the new CMI model
What China's slowdown means for UK schemes
The Pension Protection Fund is £3.6bn in surplus so is there potential for the lifeboat fund to begin insuring its liabilities? Natasha Browne investigates
On 29 July Professional Pensions held a webinar on the recent transitional changes to pension input periods.
Natasha Browne takes a look at the key issues around DB contracting out ahead of the April 2016 deadline
Concerns remain over the viability of smaller providers
Industry responds to wide-ranging consultation
Trustees need to look at the specifics of multi-asset funds before selecting a manager, Natasha Browne hears
The Pensions Regulator has built on its past successes despite working in an increasingly challenging environment, Natasha Browne finds
Natasha Browne examines how employers can amend their pension provision without ending up in court
Natasha Browne asks whether TPR is right to say small schemes will never meet its governance targets
Trustees need to set clear investment objectives with their managers to ensure the contract works in their favour, Natasha Browne finds
The development of a capital market for longevity risk would ease the debt burden on future generations, Natasha Browne hears
Figures show the decline of final salary is accelerating
Natasha Browne takes a look at some of the proposals for a successful secondary annuity market as the consultation closes
The Insolvency Service has made a successful application to the High Court to place two trustee firms linked to pensions scams into provisional liquidation
Employers can take comfort
An EU referendum would have serious implications for UK schemes
Most schemes are letting members take pots as cash but remain reluctant to offer other freedoms
PP looks at the investigation that led to four banks pleading guilty to criminal charges over FX manipulation
PP looks at what UK schemes should expect from EU stress tests