There are significant changes afoot in how UK pension funds address environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues
Despite some successful take-up, pension funds must invest more in financial technology to engage savers and help them understand their investments
Companies are increasingly seeking to take the risk of their pension fund off the balance sheet by doing a derisking deal
The concept of pensions providing financial support to SMEs is not new or in dispute, but is the prospect of a business owner investing their own pension to support growth too high a risk?
Rather than investing via private equity, some of the biggest pension funds are finding an advantage in going direct
Ensuring people save enough for a comfortable retirement is a taxing problem which continues to vex government, employers, employees and the self-employed
A new savings vehicle, the Lifetime ISA could, unwittingly or otherwise, undermine the success so far of pension auto-enrolment
The collapse of BHS has prompted pension trustees, companies and regulators to ask how defined benefit schemes can be protected