With record numbers saving for retirement, Guy Opperman says we have an opportunity to make it easier for people to engage with their pensions
Brian Cronin says an affordable housing equity fund would provide a lifeline to dealing with the housing crisis and also give a much-needed boost to pensions
The regulator is looking to accelerate the consolidation of pension schemes. David Fairs explains why.
The industry seems to be full of the same familiar commentators discussing the same old issues. Lesley Carline argues it is time to give a new generation a chance.
Robin Ellison explains why lay trustees continue to have an essential part to play in trusteeship, despite the regulatory drive towards professionalisation.
Rory Murphy says pension funds must do more to embrace and reflect the diversity among their membership.
Shayla Reid asks how the pensions industry can engage Gen Z with long-term savings.
While greater consideration of ESG is boosting impressions of UK pension funds, Brexit is dampening investor confidence, notes David Weeks.
The net-pay anomaly is unfair on the lowest-paid savers who need the top-up, argues Adrian Boulding.
Improved diversity on master trust boards can enable greater understanding of wider socioeconomic circumstances, argues James Phillips.
Steps to improve auto-enrolment are uncontroversial and obvious, but the government is dawdling on introducing the necessary changes, argues Jack Jones.
Pensions have been seen as unfathomable for too long. George Currie says two initiatives currently underway may begin to change this perception.
While there has been a surge in the number of people investing for retirement, Jonathan Stapleton says too few are engaged with their investments and explains why this must change.
Michael Kind looks at how to get millennial savers talking about their pension and move them to action.
Dan Mikulskis says for pension schemes to engage with their members, they need to have the ability to invest in assets like renewable energy or social housing
Support for cost disclosure templates must be followed by help to make sense of the data, says Jonathan Stapleton.
Gregg McClymont says to really tackle the gender pensions gap, the government must look at measures to improve childcare provision across the UK
Elizabeth Bostock says the industry must move away from positioning governance as something to just satisfy the regulator
It may be time to create variations of limited liability, but each alternative has its own problems, Con Keating argues.
Girish Menezes says there is a tried and tested solution already available in the market, and it is time for the rest of the industry to follow.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has received all expected applications from existing master trusts. Kim Brown explains what lies ahead for the market.
Alan Pickering says lay trustees have to subscribe to lifelong learning, often picking up new skills on the way
For too long, ESG has been talked about as if it were something outside our main investment process. Jonathan Stapleton says this must change.
Malcolm Mclean says although he initially supported Freedom and Choice, he is now less certain it was such a good idea given the consequences for the consumer