Jonathan Stapleton asks whether newly-accredited professional trustees should be a statutory fixture on pension scheme boards.
The transaction cost disclosure regulations have been in place for a year. Jon Parker says while there has been progress in obtaining data, there is a still a long way to go.
Late March marks the deadline for master trust authorisation. But how will the new regulatory regime affect those that are remaining in the market and those that decide to exit? Matt Dodds looks at the details.
Tim Sharp warns the DWP's plans for collective DC risk establishing an inhospitable environment for the lay trustee
Henry Tapper says proposals to tender the data architecture, putting one organisation or consortium as sole pension finder - are proving contentious
Darren Philp argues collective defined contribution could really come to life this year if innovation is allowed to thrive.
Jenny Condron says pensions simplification would sweep away confusion for members arising from having up to 12 tranches with different rates of revaluation and increase.
Richard Butcher says not all presents are welcome or easy to enjoy, and the same goes with transaction cost disclosure
Jonathan Stapleton wonders why we are so gloomy about pensions when the picture is not as bleak as is often portrayed
The pensions minister says the new guidance body will help younger generations become the savvy savers of tomorrow.
NOW Pensions' director of policy says this will be the year when the net-pay anomaly becomes too awkward to ignore, and predicts LISA will have its own lifetime curtailed
2018 has seen the start of some important pension policy trends, which will continue into 2019. Baroness Ros Altmann looks at what is most likely to happen and what still urgently needs to be done.
Paul McGlone sets out what he believes will be the biggest themes for pensions in the New Year.
Bob Scott reviews the past year in pensions and makes some predictions for what the industry will see in 2019.
As a hectic 2018 draws to an end, Jonathan Stapleton wishes readers a quieter 2019.
Steve Webb says pension schemes would be ill-advised to sit back and defer consideration of the implications of a dashboard for them.
Gregg McClymont looks at why not-for-profit DC schemes in Australia have been outperforming their for-profit peers
Ros Altmann says there is no need for any legislation to get the dashboard project moving, and the first step could be to sort out data accuracy and reliability issues
Jonathan Stapleton says now the DWP has given the project the green light to proceed, it is now up to the industry to make sure it happens.
As Amber Rudd takes on her new brief as work and pensions secretary, Rory Murphy offers her some suggestions as to how to tackle some of the key issues facing the industry.
Malcolm McLean says the chances of an equitable solution for Women against State Pensions Inequality campaigners do not seem very likely now
Peter Askins says the industry needs to recognise that if administration standards are to be maintained and improved, this will come at a cost
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