A round-up of the pensions stories published across the FT Group this week, from John Cridland's recommendation to scrap the triple lock, to senior managers becoming the biggest winners of a deal to save the BHS pension scheme.
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A round-up of the pensions news stories published across the FT Group this week, from Royal Mail considering a proposed new type of pension plan, to Brazilians protesting against having to work for 49 years for a full state pension.
In the first DC Debate of 2017, eight defined contribution specialists discuss the benefits of building a dashboard and look at the charge cap and whether the industry has come closer to defining value for money.
A round-up of pensions news from across the Financial Times, from Irish schemes pushing into the mortgage lending market, to a new tax registration process for defined contribution mastertrusts.
In the first DC Debate of 2017, eight defined contribution specialists discuss the pros and cons of illiquid assets, traditional indices and smart beta strategies.
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A round-up of pensions news from across the FT, from plans by French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron to merge 37 schemes, to Asian investors struggling to find talent for their new alternative assets departments.
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.
How has liability-driven investment evolved recently, and how does it need to change to be fit for the future? Six experts discuss the issues and opportunities for LDI.
How should maturing pension schemes adapt their LDI strategies to meet increasing cash flow demands, and what solutions can help them navigate collateral issues? Axa Investment Managers' Jonathan Crowther, Barnett Waddingham's Sophia Heathcoat, Dalriada Trustees' Simon Cohen, Hymans Robertson's Alen Ong, Law Debenture's David Felder and Standard Life Investments' Mark Foster discuss.