If trustees can’t show they are scrutinising costs and getting the best possible value for money, they may be storing up trouble for the future. KAS BANK along with an expert panel explores how best to push costs up the governance agenda
KAS BANK finds cost efficiency gains for pension schemes with full cost disclosure
New research suggests that one in seven people may still be paying off their mortgage aged 70. This could cause big problems for pensions planning, argues Sara Benwell
The research, in association with Newton Investment Management, is an analysis of trusteeship, sustainable investment and scheme management trends in the UK pension sector, and focuses on three key topics: the relationship between trustees and their advisers, sustainable investment, future directions for DB & DC schemes
Technological advances mean more opportunities to connect with members. Why aren’t most pension schemes embracing this, asks Sara Benwell
Richard Butcher has a communications problem, but does anyone have the answer?
Trustees that fail to take ESG seriously will suddenly find that they - rather than climate change - are the hot topic, writes Stephen Fallowell
Jonathan Watts-Lay, director at WEALTH at work, says default decumulation could do more harm than good