Girish Menezes says schemes need to re-evaluate their data protection in light of the forthcoming EU regulation and increased cyber risks.
Richard Butcher says the role should be scrapped as pensions are too important to mess with.
While many will be pleased that The Pensions Regulator is taking a tougher line on the dividends companies with pension scheme deficits should pay, Jonathan Stapleton says any action will be difficult to enforce.
Ros Altmann says as the government battles Brexit and political instability, pensions are unlikely to top its priority list.
Financial abuse of the elderly is a rapidly growing problem. Ann Stanyer looks at what professionals can do to help address this issue.
NEST's Diandra Soobiah calls on pension funds to join forces to ensure companies provide better data on workforce practices
Rachel Croft says there is a lack of clarity over what constitutes good trusteeship and governance.
The People's Pensions's Darren Philp says he is "disappointed" at the lack of vision in the political party manifestos for General Election 2017 - and urges the industry to lay down the gauntlet of reform at the feet of the next government.
Tim Sharp says in the battle for decent jobs, decent and secure pensions are essential.
Steve Webb says policymakers should be careful not to legislate through the rear-view mirror
Helene Winch says in light of regulatory guidance, schemes focused on de-risking need to re-consider their fiduciary duty to also manage ESG risk
Raj Mody says trustees and sponsors must get a handle on the issue of life expectancy assumptions.
Stephanie Baxter says the launch of a transparency code shows the balance of power is finally starting to move in the direction of investors.
John Gray says it's better to reduce carbon exposure over a longer period while seeking suitable alternative investments
Richard Butcher argues against means-testing the state pension after the OECD called for the wealthiest pensioners to be excluded.
Saker Nusseibeh questions the rationality of market exuberance when there is still massive uncertainty over the future economic and political landscape
Malcolm McLean says while the LISA may be attractive for some people, as a long-term savings vehicle it falls far short of the traditional workplace pension.
As TPR seeks to intervene more often in DB schemes, Anne-Marie Winton looks at how sponsors can avoid getting a red card
Anthony Ellis says a number of myths have emerged in DC investment that must be challenged.
Graham Vidler says it is too easy to forget the pensions plight faced by Generation X and urges the government to do more to help this group prepare for retirement.
Con Keating says pre-pack administrations do not pose a moral hazard issue, and the problem is actually perverse incentives
In her final editor's comment Helen Morrissey says the one constant in pensions has been change.
The upcoming general election is an opportunity to put forward a bolder pension policy says Hilary Salt.
While credit is currently looking expensive Sorca Kelly-Scholte believes it still has a role to play in pension scheme portfolios