Jonathan Stapleton says in light of the construction giant's collapse, the government must urgently tackle the issue of scheme funding.
David Curtis says fixed income is now entering a 'cycle-aware' phase, where investors need to be more conscious of risk.
Robin Ellison says regulators need to seize the initiative and explain both to themselves and to scheme members that investment risk is a good thing.
After the government's auto-enrolment review found 12 million people were under-saving, Jonathan Stapleton says changes are needed to ensure young workers can afford to retire.
George Currie says policy-makers and industry stakeholders must find ways to help the 12 million people who are under-saving for retirement
Richard Favier says extending the 12-month period would result in a lot of companies seeking to pass their pension debts to the PPF
Henry Tapper says as the initial euphoria of 'never having to buy an annuity again' wears off, the prospect of freedoms becomes less appealing
Calum Cooper says 2018 should be the year when the pensions industry puts members first, but we won't get there by chance
Con Keating explains why the application of mark-to-market accounting for valuations will result in inequitable outcomes.
Andrew Warwick-Thompson says in Port Talbot we are witnessing the detrimental impact of extending Freedom and Choice to DB schemes
Steve Webb says a Resolution Foundation report offers a surprisingly positive outlook for incomes of future pensioners, but warns we are not out of the woods yet
Mark Blyth says there are real problems in how the regulator exercises its powers, and suggests how to solve them
Raj Mody says cyber security will become a prevalent issue, while blockchain will move front and centre for the industry
Paul McGlone says the challenges of cyber risk and GDPR are leading trustees to ask how they are protected if something goes wrong - but the answers are not always simple
Malcolm McLean says we must look hard at the delivery of the pension freedoms and ensure consumer protection is as good as it can be
Saker Nusseibeh says green investing should be integrated in the mainstream of investment activity rather than be treated as a fringe activity
There are a number of barriers stopping schemes investing in infrastructure. Andy Green explains how he thinks these challenges could be overcome.
Brian Henderson says investment consultants have a big role to play in furthering social impact investments by tapping into the emotional dimension of investing
Con Keating has been hearing rumblings from within the beast that the FCA and DWP's work on disclosure templates is redundant and a waste of time and money
Tim Sharp says as the conclusion of the government's AE review approaches, we must start asking more fundamental questions about what sort of pensions system we are building
As Budget day approaches, Jonathan Stapleton says while meddling in pensions may offer an easy way to raise some cash, it must be resisted
Dan Brocklebank says the FCA's proposed solution to address conflicts of interests at asset managers does not go far enough
Catherine Howarth says the tax avoidance revelations show transparent investment systems are in the public interest and must be applied to pensions
Sorca Kelly-Scholte says steady but low growth will keep rates historically low, while markets are likely to tumble at some point over the next few years