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How will investment pathways help consumers?

Podcast: In January, the Financial Conduct Authority launched its consultation on investment pathways and other proposed changes to its rules and guidance. The consultation closed in April and the watchdog plans to publish its final rules and guidance in July. In this podcast, Jonathan Parker, director of DC and financial well-being consulting at Redington, discusses how investment pathways will help savers make more appropriate choices, and explains why smaller providers should not be exempt from the proposed regulations.

Global Pensions Wrap: June 15 edition

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All the big global headlines in pensions and investment from our FT colleagues. A Los Angeles public plan mysteriously sacks its new chief executive, while a Canadian pension giant pours money into self-driving cars.

Are you doing enough to engage scheme members?

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Podcast: While technology is helping improve pensions communications across the industry, several challenges remain. In this PE podcast, Shola Salako, trustee representative at Dalriada Trustees, and Rhys Williams, strategy director at communications consultancy Quietroom, discuss the different ways in which schemes and providers can engage with members, and where they might be going wrong.

Global Pension Wrap: June 8 edition

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A round-up of the pensions and investment news stories developing around the world this week, from trouble brewing in the Netherlands' pensions paradise to an investment row going all the way to the US Supreme Court.

Wesbroom: Actuaries must now stand up to public scrutiny

As Aon senior partner Kevin Wesbroom moves on after 44 years at the company, he shares his thoughts on the mistakes the actuarial profession has made and how to restore flexibility to the pensions arena.

Global Pensions Wrap: June 1 edition

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A round-up of the pensions and investment news stories developing around the world this week, from KLP’s decision to sell out of ‘sin stocks’ to a move by two major pensions to intervene in an "absurd" lawsuit.

Global Pensions Wrap: May 25 edition

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A round-up of the global pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from a Taiwan fund boosting its absolute return exposure, to an ex-fire chief’s 15-year sentence for a $10m (£7.9m) Ponzi scam. 

Global Pensions Wrap: May 18 edition

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A round-up of the global pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from the activist wave hitting Japan's biggest companies to shareholders remaining indifferent to eye-watering pension awards at a UK bank.

PIPA 2019 winners revealed

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The 20th anniversary edition of the Pensions and Investment Provider Awards saw 25 companies crowned best in the business. Click here to see the full winners list.