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
Trustees need support during tender process to keep them free to focus on the right issues, says Caroline Escott, policy lead: Investment & Defined Benefit, PLSA.
New research has found that trustees think DC investments lack the sophistication of DB strategies. But should we be aiming for more intricacy? Or will we just end up over-complicating things? Sara Benwell explores
On average, a victim of a pension scam loses £91,000. But what are the roles and responsibilities for schemes when it comes to keeping members safe?
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
If you think ESG considerations are getting in the way of returns, you’re completely missing the point, argues Richard Butcher
How can we create a decumulation journey that works for the savers of the future? The PLSA’s Tim Gosling explores.