It is perhaps inherently difficult to find an agreed definition of value for money, but some methodologies could act as a stopgap, argues Jonathan Stapleton.
Trustees risk leaving their scheme ungovernable if they do not get in place strategic objectives for investment advisers, warns John Paterson.
Member-nominated trustees may not be feasible for master trusts, but representatives could improve communication with members, says Barry Parr
David Fairs: Trustees have a tremendous responsibility, so it is right to expect knowledge and understanding
Member-nominated trustees bring clear value to scheme boards, but it is important their knowledge is up to scratch, says David Fairs
The concept of sole trusteeship must overcome a number of challenges, especially as the model becomes more widespread, argues Paul McGlone
Planning the journey towards equalised GMPs will make the process more enjoyable than focusing on the timing of reaching the end goal, says Girish Menezes.
Trustees should seize the opportunity to engage and educate members about their investment choices, says Henry Tapper.
In the first of a series of exclusive articles for Professional Pensions, TPR's David Fair's explores the role of sole trustees, outlines some of the regulators' concerns and calls for evidence from the industry.
It is time to reconsider this potential solution to the plethora of fragmented pots, says Sir Steve Webb.
More needs to be done to speed up DB to DC transfers but, as Jonathan Stapleton says, more also needs to be done to protect members.
Margaret Snowdon says the industry remains handicapped, regardless of multiple layers of protection adopted on a voluntary basis
Robert Branagh calls on the industry to embrace this new world as an opportunity, not a problem
Kerrin Rosenberg says while the rise of CDI is positive, understanding the risk and return aspect is a great challenge
The regulator must not forget the important role of lay trustees as it boosts standards of professionals, argues Jonathan Stapleton.
Rachel Croft says over- or under-confidence and not being decision-ready are just some of the things that get in the way
With record numbers saving for retirement, Guy Opperman says we have an opportunity to make it easier for people to engage with their pensions
Brian Cronin says an affordable housing equity fund would provide a lifeline to dealing with the housing crisis and also give a much-needed boost to pensions
The regulator is looking to accelerate the consolidation of pension schemes. David Fairs explains why.
The industry seems to be full of the same familiar commentators discussing the same old issues. Lesley Carline argues it is time to give a new generation a chance.
Robin Ellison explains why lay trustees continue to have an essential part to play in trusteeship, despite the regulatory drive towards professionalisation.
Rory Murphy says pension funds must do more to embrace and reflect the diversity among their membership.
Shayla Reid asks how the pensions industry can engage Gen Z with long-term savings.
While greater consideration of ESG is boosting impressions of UK pension funds, Brexit is dampening investor confidence, notes David Weeks.
The net-pay anomaly is unfair on the lowest-paid savers who need the top-up, argues Adrian Boulding.