Video: What do businesses say about the defined benefit green paper's focus on regulation, and where do unions have concerns about member protection? Rachel Smith, principal labour market economist at the Confederation of British Industry and Tim Sharp, policy officer at the Trades Union Congress, give their views.
Video: With short-term inflation rising, are interest rates likely to go up, and should unhedged schemes go into LDI now? How can growth assets be combined with LDI products, and what role will cash flow play for LDI strategies? Jonathan Crowther, head of UK LDI at Axa Investment Managers, and Sophia Heathcoat, investment consultant at Barnett Waddingham, discuss their expectations for LDI.
Video: As the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has highlighted four areas for potential change to the defined benefit landscape, Ashok Gupta, who chairs its DB Taskforce, talks about the proposals and the taskforce's aims.
Video: As the Bank of England has cut rates and launched into a new round of quantitative easing, what are the effects on pension schemes and where can they seek cover? Aon Hewitt partner Lynda Whitney gives answers.
Video: Jay Shah, head of origination at specialist insurer Pension Insurance Corporation, and Susan Anyan, client director at professional trustee company Capital Cranfield, break down the impact of Brexit on schemes' ability and desire to derisk.
Video: The UK's vote to leave the EU is having a major impact on markets and has created legal uncertainties. Partner at Allen & Overy Jane Higgins, and senior partner at Aon Hewitt John Belgrove, explain what schemes can do to position themselves well.
Video: High profile defined benefit schemes such as British Steel and BHS are dominating the news and making clear the risks an underfunded scheme can pose to its employer. Malcolm Weir, head of restructuring and insolvency at the Pension Protection Fund discusses what can be done.
It has been more than a year since the introduction of freedom and choice, and the industry is still waiting to see what will emerge as the dominant option in retirement. Fund manager Newton's head of defined contribution, Catherine Doyle, discusses where she expects the market to go
Video: Last month, the chancellor shocked the pensions industry with the introduction of the Lifetime Isa, promising a 25 per cent top up for under-40s saving for a house or retirement. We spoke to the father of the Lisa, Michael Johnson from the Centre for Policy Studies, about what it will mean and how it might change in future.
Video: Pensions tax relief emerged unscathed from yesterday’s Budget, but the launch of the Lifetime Isa has presented the pensions industry with new challenges; Ian Neale, director at intelligence provider Aries Insight, and Tim Smith, senior associate at law firm Eversheds, discuss (04.44).