NAPF investment conference
Dispatches from the NAPF conference in Edinburgh: Asset manager and academic argue that charge caps stifle innovation and don’t give employers enough choice.
The Pensions Regulator is losing sleep over the number of mastertrusts on the market - but the launches keep on coming
New Zealand is ahead of the curve when it comes to pensions provision, but as the country’s leading pensions economist Susan St John explains to David Blackman, many of the issues the sector faces are universal
The case for reform of the UK’s pension tax system is strong. But the remedy often prescribed – to restrict income tax relief on pension contributions – is the result of a poor diagnosis of the underlying problem
New research commissioned by the Global Risk Institute in Financial Services demonstrates the effects of low interest rates on Canadian public pension systems using four scenarios following the financial crisis
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Auto-enrolment in 2014
The family owned bakery business encouraged over 400 members to contribute more than the minimum, pensions manager Anne Hunt explains how
Diane Lightfoot, communications director at charity United Response explains their auto-enrolment success story
Exclusive research: Pensions Insight finds the industry split over the suitability of default funds and whether there should be one default fund, or many