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).
Video: JLT's Kieran Harkin, KPMG's Jon Exley and M&G's Aled Smith discuss how the role of equities has changed in the portfolio of many schemes and how advances in technology are making it difficult to value the asset class. (7:02)
Video: Joanne Segars, chief executive of the National Association of Pension Funds, discusses the implications of last month's Budget on schemes, including its retirement guidance guarantee, in the latest edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:12).
Video: Jeffrey Mushens, technical director at Tisa Exchange and James Markham, managing director of SBC Systems, talk about how technology can help schemes implement pensions consolidation, with both favouring a structure that places the burden on the receiving scheme (5:36).
Video: Sarah Smart, chair of the trustee board at the Pensions Trust, says its fiduciary management set-up has outperformed its target at lower risk than budgeted for, and explains how the scheme monitors this arrangement (5:56).
Video: In this first edition of The Review, Insight's Colm McDonagh and Towers Watson's Ed Britton discuss the impact of recent emerging market volatility on pension funds' sovereign debt holdings, and assess value in the market (5:43).
Video: London Pensions Fund Authority's Susan Martin explains its plans to collaborate with other organisations and schemes to up its allocation to infrastructure and private equity, in this edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:08).
Video: Editor Ian Smith explains how Pensions Expert has been launched to meet the information needs of UK pension schemes, and will continue to publish daily online, weekly in print and on iPad (1:15).
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