Almost two decades on: The evolution of the PPF

Oliver Morley

Pension Protection Fund chief executive Oliver Morley reflects on how the lifeboat fund’s story began, how far it has come since, as well as looking to its future.

Plenty of work for schemes to do, despite dashboards delay

Sam Al Hamis

CTC Pensions Technology’s operations director, Sam Al Hamis, explains that much needs to be done regarding valuation projections before a scheme will be ready to join the pensions dashboards.

We must make investing more open and inclusive for women

Faith Reynolds

The pensions industry must try harder to communicate saving to women, says Faith Reynolds, an adviser to the board at The Investing and Saving Alliance.

Talking to members about savings and the cost of living crisis

Cath Collins

Quietroom senior writer at Cath Collins offers some tips on how to address the cost of living crisis with members.

Value for money consultation is a welcome start to 2023

Alison Hatcher

More work is needed to protect members suffering on retirement, says HSBC Tomorrow Master Trust chief executive Alison Hatcher.

BPA market poised to take off in 2023

Kunal Sood

Kunal Sood, managing director of defined benefit solutions and reinsurance at Standard Life, part of Phoenix Group, comments on the positive outlook for the bulk purchase annuity market in 2023 and key trends schemes should be aware of as they look to derisk.

2021 transfer regulations: some problems and solutions

Edward Brown

Hogan Lovells partner Edward Brown unravels the unnecessarily complex and tedious restrictions on pension transfers.

Getting to grips with TPR’s new single code

Wayne Phelan

Punter Southall Governance Services chief executive Wayne Phelan considers the impact the Pensions Regulator’s new single code of practice will have on pension scheme governance.

Turbulent weather ahead for DB schemes

Simon Pilcher

USS Investment Management chief executive Simon Pilcher details the current risks faced by defined benefit schemes, and how an investment strategy should be based on balance, diversification and resilience.

Government disappoints in auto-enrolment inquiry responses

David Brooks

Broadstone head of policy David Brooks is calling on the government to start advising people that current minimum contributions will not be enough for a comfortable retirement.