David Weeks says it is important for regulators and policymakers to involve MNTs in the pensions dashboard and 21st Century Trusteeship initiatives.
Hilary Salt says DC is merely a savings vehicle, and argues collective DC would provide a wage in retirement more efficiently
One of the curiosities of Carillion's failure was how shareholders in the firm seemingly failed to notice the firm's demise.
Andrew Milligan says there are few tell-tale imbalances that would suggest the business cycle will soon end, but any profits disappointment could cause a sharp reassessment of risk
Richard Butcher says we need proper debate about proposed DB solutions to avoid rushed and ill-thought-out legislation
John Walbaum asks if we have forgotten the realities of equity markets and questions whether recent market falls are part of a longer-term collapse.
I don't always agree with Richard Butcher - I think he would be disappointed if I did - but his speech at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's annual chair's dinner last week was spot on.
Susan Martin says local government pension funds have made great strides in collaborating but there are still challenges ahead of the April deadline
The industry has been calling for some sort of alternative to defined benefit (DB) schemes for as long as I can remember - saying such arrangements could provide a third way between DB and defined contribution (DC) schemes.
Mark Blyth says the regulator could be more proactive in its approach to settlement, and calls for shorter and more focussed s.89 reports
Graham Vidler says government and industry have the perfect opportunity to deliver a consistent message about the value of saving for retirement
Rob Gardner says we must think ahead and invest in long-term solutions to create a better future for our children
Colin Meech questions whether an asset manager can act in the best interests of clients who are employees of a company that the same asset manager is shorting
"We must do something, this is something, therefore we must do this," is the politician's fallacy famously expounded by Sir Humphrey Appleby in the BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister.
Rory Murphy says real and positive changes in the industry are best achieved if they reflect the interests of the consumer
Guy Opperman says we need to get people to fall in love with pensions again and give them the tools to achieve a more secure retirement
Jonathan Stapleton says government must take action to help lift the DB burden facing many UK businesses, rather than simply just blaming 'greedy' bosses and shareholders for pensions loss.
Margaret Snowdon says this ground-breaking technology has potential to reach all areas of pensions, and could help combat cyber-crime and scams
While acknowledging the 24/7 nature of trustee responsibility, Alan Pickering argues that formal trustee meetings are as important as ever
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