Latest articles from Calum Kapoor

One in 10 pause contributions due to cost of living crisis

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On the go: Around one in 10 savers have cut back or stopped contributing to their pension as a result of stagnant wages and inflation, according to a new report.

OPSC: fund managers should vote according to client’s expressed view

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On the go: The Occupational Pensions Stewardship Council has released a report arguing for communication between schemes and fund managers on their voting intentions, and outlining the communication that schemes should undertake to make their requirements known to funds. 

ABI calls for 12% auto-enrolment minimum contributions by 2031

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The Association of British Insurers has called on the government to increase minimum auto-enrolment contributions to 12 per cent by 2031.

Greater Gwent Pension Fund reports £137mn loss in Q1

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On the go: The Greater Gwent Pension Fund has reported a loss of £137mn in the first quarter of 2022, mainly due to the global economic climate.

PPI: CDC schemes still facing ‘key challenges’

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On the go: Collective defined contribution schemes in the UK are still facing some key challenges that could benefit from further research, such as intergenerational issues and communication policies, according to the Pensions Policy Institute.

Research group releases open source investment performance code

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On the go: The Thinking Ahead Institute has released new open source data that pensions schemes can use to measure investment performance.

Women need to work an extra 18 years to match male pension pots

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Women are reaching retirement age with the biggest pension savings gap on record, according to new research.