As TPR’s consultation on the principles underlying the revised code of practice for DB funding enters the final straight, David Fairs set outs why you should give the watchdog your views.
As The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) home city Brighton gears up for its first virtual Pride, diversity and inclusion in pension schemes has never mattered more, says Charles Counsell.
The government’s focus on pensions dashboards and pension transfer times will require the industry to improve its data accuracy and administrative efficiency, says Anthony Rafferty.
Amid the economic fallout from Covid-19, ESG issues have never been more relevant, says Tegs Harding.
Steve Charlton looks for an equitable way to incentivise saving for retirement.
Michael Ambery argues that AE faces a potential key fork in its journey, with the government missing a prime opportunity with the Kick Start Scheme, and employers need to step up instead.
Ray Martin looks at what options trustees will have to add value to investment management and strategic implementation decisions in a post-Covid world
James Riley says sustainability involves balance, and one of the key areas where this needs to be struck is DB funding.
The money used to insure pension liabilities can help met the government’s agenda to ‘build, build, build’, says Johnny Chow
Getting data ready and providing estimated retirement incomes may be difficult, but the industry must do its best to make dashboards a reality, says Nigel Peaple
Darren Philp: Covid-19 will give the industry the 'kick up the backside' it needs to move to modernity
Beer and brainfood: How Smart Pension has coped with a crisis
The Pension SuperFund co-founder Edi Truell responds to PIC’s call for a consolidator to take on smaller underfunded schemes.
Jenny Condron and Patrick Bloomfield explain the ACA's immediate priorities.
Tom Duncan looks at how thematic real estate investors will fare after the coronavirus crisis.
As an interim regime for consolidators is launched, Emma Watkins looks at how to enhance protection of members’ benefits.
The pensions minister Guy Opperman says the interim regime for superfunds will provide insights on the route towards a permanent, longer-term legislative solution.
As Covid-19 hampers efforts for professional trustees to complete necessary exams, Brian Spence defends the use of provisional accreditation.
The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the end of last month has prompted a huge wave of protest and soul-searching across the world.
Alan Whalley says professional trustee claims of “provisional” accreditations are undermining the process and creating confusion in the market.
Collective pressure has delivered results on cutting carbon emissions, so pension scheme investors should take advantage of AGM season, says Diandra Soobiah
The coronavirus crisis has highlighted the need for the industry to embrace technology in order to improve administration processes and data, says Girish Menezes.
Chris DeMarco explains why the Covid-19 has increased opportunities for schemes to de-risk via bulk annuities.
Sectoral diversification has shown its worth in this economic crisis, says Robert Scammell, but whether this is a ‘dead cat bounce’ is yet to be determined.
Costly DB scheme regulations can result in abuses of equitable relations among stakeholders, say Iain Clacher and Con Keating.