Rachel Vahey sets out four key takeaways from the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) report into pension scams and urges swift, nimble action to stop the perpetrators.
Darren Philp says the dashboard programme team should be congratulated on the work it has done to put together a properly scoped out and stress tested plan that will maximise the chance of the project's success
Robin Ellison questions whether more regulations are really the best way to protect the public
Rory Murphy looks at the Make My Money Matter campaign to improve the public's awareness of how their pensions are invested
Con Keating says now may not be the right time to boost scheme allocations to illiquid assets.
Julius Pursaill sets out why greater availability of pensions tech can improve lifestyling for members.
The PLSA's James Walsh sets out how the trade association has listened to members to decide its policies for the year
By recognising the importance of mindset, savers can be helped onto a better retirement and financial wellbeing path, says Linda Whorlow.
Laura Chappell looks at how the lockdown has impacted mental health and why there is a human and business case for making sure help is available when employees of any seniority need it.
Alastair Greenlees says 2020 proved an inflection point for investors considering whether equities continued to suit their requirements.
With the 9 June deadline approaching for retendering fiduciary management services, Donny Hay says it is important that trustees spend the maximum time to achieve the best outcomes.
2020 was an annus horribilis which impacted all walks of life including the investment markets. Ryan Boothroyd takes the long view and considers what lessons can be learned from the past 12 months.
Cyprian Njamma says the government’s changes to allowances could make it hard for savers to overcome complexities, thereby disincentivising saving for retirement.
Alan Pickering says there has been an element of snobbery in underestimating the importance of the administrator, something he hopes will change in 2021.
Nadeem Ladha says positive noise on diversity and is disguising continuing inequalities and biases across the industry.
Charles Counsell sets out TPR's new 15-year strategy is designed to secure and grow members' savings and confidence in retirement.
Spring Budget announcement
Rahul Bhushan explores how the rise in cyber risk has also created investing opportunities
Nigel Peaple sets out the PLSA's focuses for the year ahead.
Administration should be focused on what the member would ideally want, thereby delivering a better services, says John Simmonds.
For all its challenges, Naomi L'Estrange says 2020 has given a key gift – the pandemic outperformance for ESG/climate change funds.
The technological developments arising out of the pandemic will change the pensions industry forever, says Darren Philp.
The Pension Schemes Act 2021 will revolutionise savings and help build back better and greener, says Guy Opperman.
Tony Burdon and Nick Robins set out how to make the green pledges go further.