Roger Brown suggests four ways trustees can enhance their probability of selecting the right adviser
Nigel Peaple says the UK should learn from Australia and adopt national retirement income targets.
Jonathan Stapleton says sponsors are likely to consider whether trustees can be challenged on their use of discretionary powers, following the British Airways ruling
Stephen Richards says the 'paymasters' principle is likely to be scrutinised closely in light of British Airways' landmark win in the Court of Appeal.
Gavin Perera-Betts says we cannot let the successes achieved through AE be undermined by savers experiencing poor outcomes in decumulation
Richard Favier says the process for regulated apportionment agreements is complex, lengthy, expensive, but there is a solution
Martin Hunter says while new TPR powers will increase the burden on all DB employers, it isn't all doom and gloom
Saker Nusseibeh says a global trade war would have a far greater effect on markets than current predictions
Donny Hay says a simple section 36 letter could reassure trustees over their fiduciary manager selection.
Colin Meech warns the Court of Appeal's bizarre judgment could cause significant financial detriment to local government pension funds
Stephanie Baxter says there needs to be a balance between rolling out the pensions dashboard as soon as possible and getting it right
Ofsted-style ratings regime for trust-based schemes would provide transparency for members, says Jonathan Stapleton.
Catherine Howarth says one way to engage savers, and ultimately increase voluntary contributions, is to appeal to their values
Stewart Bevan says there's a long way still to travel to achieve transparency, but at least we are now making genuine progress and picking up the pace
John Gray says it is worrying for asset owners that many companies have failed to take part in the government-backed Workforce Disclosure Initiative.
Baroness Ros Altmann says more DB trustees should seek independent forensic analysis on the sponsor's business and financial position
Iain Clacher and Con Keating say there is much confusion over pension valuations and argue all the methods currently used are wrong. They say a pragmatic resolution could be to use the expected return on assets
David Curtis says pension funds can take risk off the table without damaging their ability to access returns
Jonathan Stapleton says it would be a crying shame if Lesley Titcomb's decision to leave TPR was due to vilification by MPs.
Hilary Salt says by blurring the line between what is legally required and what 'feels fair', we create uncertainty about what is and isn't allowed
Death by discount rate: The fundamental flaws of the accounting approach to pension scheme valuation
Controversy over the discount rate used to value defined benefit pension liabilities is nothing new but, as Tim Wilkinson and Frank Curtiss explain, the flaws may be more serious than many realise.
Oliver Jaegemann says the pension industry's investment in technology and innovation have fallen off a cliff
The regulator has come under significant criticism in the wake of the Carillion affair. Sir Steve Webb asks if the flak it is getting is fair?
Speculation about rate rises has caused some schemes to delay any further liability hedging. Rosalind Mann looks at why this may be the wrong move.