Robin Ellison says it is not unreasonable for schemes and their trustees and sponsors also to expect an improvement in the tone of regulation
Jonathan Stapleton wonders whether we need a thorough review of the principles for institutional investment decision-making
David Harris warns that other AE models around the globe are static, if not declining
Mel Duffield says cost disclosure framework is a golden opportunity to make a real difference for savers.
Guy Opperman says as contribution rates increase, millions more people will be able to look ahead to retirement with confidence
David Weeks says pension providers and schemes must do more to reach out to younger savers.
Nigel Peaple says the government should set a clear objective for tax relief as the first step in making the system work better for savers
The industry has spent years discussing alternatives to DB and DC. Jonathan Stapleton says this dream is now closer to becoming reality with the launch of a consultation into CDC.
Susan Martin says there are lots of challenges to grapple with ahead of next year's LGPS valuations.
Henry Tapper says the Lloyds GMP ruling will see little benefit for members but profound fees to administrators.
Jonathan Stapleton says the GMP headache may persist as schemes take action following ruling.
Investors in lifetime mortgages have traditionally struggled with a lack of transparency by providers. Keith Haggart explains how this is changing.
Colin Meech says lack of clarity means workers and their employers don't know whether they're getting value for money or how investments are performing
The two-sided simplified annual pensions statement should be applauded, even if it missing information, says Jonathan Stapleton.
Catherine Howarth argues that more auto-enrolment providers need to develop their climate-related risk management.
The Pensions Policy Institute has called for the introduction of default decumulation pathways. James Phillips says the innovation could be risky, but is a worthwhile cause.
Theo Kocken says a collective approach to pensions is, at best, only half right for the UK
Diandra Soobiah says the sector must look at how to use positive examples of where value and values might align to build more trust and engagement among pension savers
The government needs cash to fund the NHS. Jonathan Stapleton says pensions tax relief may prove to be an irresistible target.
As concerned pension funds are flocking to 'safe' assets or buying equity protection, John Gray points out there is no such thing as a 'free lunch' in life
Alan Pickering says we have been blindly pursuing cost reductions in pension administration without really appreciating the consequences
Jonathan Stapleton says while the new rules will ensure master trusts are well run and have good systems, they won't necessarily ensure members are in the best schemes
Savers face a huge number of options at-retirement. Steve Goddard believes this 'dartboard of choice' should be take away and an additional layer of trustee governance is needed to protect members in the deculmulation phase
It is important to look back at how the discount rate methodology came about in the first place, says Brighton Rock Group's head of research