Latest articles from Sandra Wolf

Prepare for the best

Cartoon 230418 (teaser)

Editorial: Humans are not naturally suited to being actuaries, it seems.

Chatbots, GDPR and scams: Is admin in for a sea change?

Technological advances could mean pensions administration is about to become a lot sexier, but while cyber security evolves humans still need education if the industry is to protect pensions data and money.

The freedom not to choose

Cartoon 160418 (teaser)

Editorial: Default options for would-be retirees are the industry’s new darling, as poor support for savers at retirement still blights the UK pension system.

Tourist board employers block scheme valuation

Tourist board employers block scheme valuation

The British Tourist Authority and VisitScotland have yet to sign off on their scheme’s 2015 valuation as they are looking to secure guarantees from the UK and Scottish governments, in what has been described as a “torturous” process.

Nothing to see here

Illustration by Ben Jennings

Editorial: The gaping hole in the public accounts caused by unfunded public sector pensions has arguably become too large to hide.

A step in the right direction

Cartoon 020418 teaser

Editorial: Auto-enrolment contributions are increasing for the first time since their introduction in 2012.

Schemes told to be active owners to ensure long-term returns

Active ownership

Pension funds are becoming more active in exercising ownership to improve governance of investee companies, but there is still scope for investors to further integrate environmental, social and governance factors, a panel of experts from across Europe has said.

Superfund – shoot first

Cartoon 260318 (teaser)

Editorial: The Department for Work and Pensions has kept its word with the publication of its highly anticipated white paper, even managing to deliver it ahead of its spring target.

Reuters steps up member comms during sponsor M&A

Cover graphic 190318 (teaser)

Trustees of the defined benefit schemes of Thomson Reuters have been updating members about the agreed sale of part of the business, as experts stress the fine line between saying too much or too little about a deal.

We use cookies to improve site performance and enhance your user experience. If you’d like to disable cookies on this device, please see our cookie management page. If you close this message or continue to use the site, you consent to our use of cookies on this device in accordance with our cookie policy, unless you disable them.