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).
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).
Video: The Pension Protection Fund's John St Hill, M&G's William Nicoll and Hymans Robertson's Carl Hitchman discuss fixed income challenges, and how schemes can prepare for the end of the low-rate era (6:00).
Craig MacDonald, Head of Credit and Aggregate at Standard Life Investments, gives a clear perspective on how best to approach Fixed Income.
Video: The Pension Protection Fund's chair Lady Barbara Judge and chief investment officer Barry Kenneth discuss the challenges facing the UK pensions lifeboat, including the levy and the regulation facing its derivatives investments (7:11).
Video: Redington's Aniket Das and Fulcrum Asset Management's Suhail Shaikh discuss scheme interest in smart beta multi-asset investments and the pros and cons of the strategy as a hedge fund alternative (5:38).
Advertisement feature: JP Morgan Asset Management's Lisa Coleman discusses the challenges facing credit managers and the benefits of a multi-sector approach in this video (8:04).
Video: Simon Howard, chief executive at sustainable investment trade body UKSIF, and Ralph McClelland, senior associate at Sackers, discuss the Law Commission's report on fiduciary duty, including the impact of its distinction between financial and non-financial factors (5:37).
Video: Mark Fawcett, chief investment officer at Nest, discusses the state-sponsored mastertrust's forthcoming consultation on how its investment strategy should change in light of the Budget reforms (5:03).
Video: Neil Carberry, director for employment and skills at the CBI, gives the employer's view on this year's historic pension changes, from the at-retirement flexibility bestowed by the Budget to the government's plans on defined ambition (5:38).
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