Asset managers fall short of claims about climate and biodiversity


The research found a vast difference between what asset managers said and what they actually did on climate and biodiversity matters 

Derisking well funded DB schemes may be an opportunity missed


Well funded schemes now in a position to consider building a surplus for the benefit of all members

Think big: Think tank suggests creation of regional superfunds


Tony Blair think tank brainwave to merge all schemes into regional superfunds to free up billions of pounds of investment capital

Trust is the greatest obstacle to bridging the advice gap


Trust remains a major problem for consumers according to new data from Lang Cat Financial.

Will DC consolidation present MTs with crock of gold?

Crock of gold

DC consolidation will have its winners and losers. Stephanie Hawthorne asks what the transition to consolidation will mean for trustees, sponsors, and members

TPR at the root of high levels of industry dissatisfaction over policy direction

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PMI survey shows members are more dissatisfied with policymakers than last year

FCA urges young to view saving like finding a long term partner


Young adults are increasingly using both online dating and investment platforms and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is urging young people to apply the same principles to investing as they do to finding a long term partner.

Pension industry unites to put an end to inequity


Businesses join forces to banish inequity forming a new Pensions Equity Group, starting with gender pension gap

How do sponsor's net zero commitments affect the employer covenant?

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Trustees need to understand the impact of net zero commitments

Labour backs £50 billion DC incubator 'growth fund' concept

Rachel Reeves

Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves has backed a proposed £50 billion ‘future growth fund’ and suggested that she might be prepared to force pension funds to make investments in fast-growing UK companies.