Study forecasts DC market tripling by 2024, led by TDFs

A market report has predicted defined contribution pensions will triple in size to £787bn within the next decade with TDFs leading the way, but its bullish growth predictions have been questioned.

What Malcolm in the Middle says about our retirement prospects

Latest blog: We've been talking about it for nigh on a year now, but a report released by the NAPF today paints a detailed portrait of the decision-making paralysis facing many in the 50-70 age group at retirement.

Does Saudi Arabia's succession planning put your scheme to shame?

Any other business: Industry experts have warned that schemes are not putting enough thought into what would happen should they need to replace their trustee chair or pension director, leaving themselves open to administrative risk.

Shipbuilding scheme sails towards 10% property allocation

The Shipbuilding Industries Pension Scheme plans to boost its property allocation to around a tenth of its overall portfolio in its hunt for diversification, capital preservation and income.

Draghi has unleashed the force: what will it mean for schemes?

Latest blog: The unleashing of €60bn (£45bn) a month of quantitative easing by the European Central Bank last week could mark trouble ahead for UK pension schemes, as greater demand for gilts pushes yields ever lower and liabilities higher.

Leading DB funds target responsible investment disconnect

The UK’s largest pension funds have put pressure on fund managers to make the case for their responsible investment strategies, publishing a guide intended to “break down the information barriers” between schemes and managers.

Comment & Analysis

Regulator: Scammers continue to evolve, we will too

Talking head: the Pensions Regulator's Andrew Warwick-Thompson demonstrates how its Scorpion campaign is remaining nimble to tackle the evolving nature of pension scams.

Why annuities still play a crucial role in the post-Budget landscape

The announcement of the retirement reforms sent shock waves through the market last year. But MGM Advantage's Andrew Tully explains why, where annuities are concerned, there is life in the old dog yet.

Communicating difficult benefit changes: a scheme guide

Is there a good way to give bad news? Close Brothers' Jeanette Makings details some best-practice approaches when delivering potentially tough messages to scheme members.


IMA: Schemes must bear overall charges cap compliance burden

Jonathan Lipkin

Video: Jonathan Lipkin, director of public policy at the Investment Management Association, says that it is not up to investment managers to take the overall responsibility for ensuring charges are below the 0.75 per cent cap effective from April (5:48).

Altmann: Death tax removal could incentivise people to stay in pensions

Ros Altmann

Video: Independent pensions expert and the government's older workers champion Ros Altmann discusses the Budget changes and the chancellor's further pensions tax announcements (4:18).

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