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From thought leadership to technical pieces, knowledge hub keeps our members and pensions professionals up to date with the recent developments in the industry.

The long-term impact of Covid-19 for DC pensions
11 September 2020

The long-term impact of Covid-19 for DC pensions

What does the future hold for Defined Contribution (DC) pensions in a Covid-19 world?

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Divestment or engagement – is it really either/or?
11 September 2020

Divestment or engagement – is it really either/or?

Screening is a widely used form of ethical investment but it’s not immune to pitfalls. Company engagement can also be used to help align investment with investor values. Here we take a closer look at each of these approaches and consider how they can work together to build portfolios that not only mitigate risks and generate good financial performance, but also, ultimately, have a positive impact on society and the world around us.

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How do you get people to save for a pension?
11 September 2020

How do you get people to save for a pension?

People are not engaged with pensions and saving has become something of a dirty word in the ‘lower for longer’ environment that followed the financial crash of 2008.

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Responsible investing in DC: moving towards the new normal
11 September 2020

Responsible investing in DC: moving towards the new normal

It cannot have escaped anyone’s attention that, in the last few years, how to consider Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors and invest responsibly has become one of the talked about challenges facing Defined Contribution (DC) pension schemes.

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PMI GMP Webinar: grasp the nettle
17 July 2020

PMI GMP Webinar: grasp the nettle

Here are the key takeaways from a PMI webinar on the prickly subject of GMP equalisation. Report by Stephanie Hawthorne

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Bringing the best out of pensions
08 June 2020

Bringing the best out of pensions

I always wanted to be a Pensions lawyer…

Ok, so that’s stretching it a bit, but I did decide that I wanted to become a lawyer when I was still at school, albeit largely based on the 80s classic LA Law.

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PMI GMP Webinar: grasp the nettle
17 July 2020

PMI GMP Webinar: grasp the nettle

Here are the key takeaways from a PMI webinar on the prickly subject of GMP equalisation. Report by Stephanie Hawthorne

Read more
Bringing the best out of pensions
08 June 2020

Bringing the best out of pensions

I always wanted to be a Pensions lawyer…

Ok, so that’s stretching it a bit, but I did decide that I wanted to become a lawyer when I was still at school, albeit largely based on the 80s classic LA Law.

Read more
The long-term impact of Covid-19 for DC pensions
11 September 2020

The long-term impact of Covid-19 for DC pensions

What does the future hold for Defined Contribution (DC) pensions in a Covid-19 world?

Read more
Responsible investing in DC: moving towards the new normal
11 September 2020

Responsible investing in DC: moving towards the new normal

It cannot have escaped anyone’s attention that, in the last few years, how to consider Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors and invest responsibly has become one of the talked about challenges facing Defined Contribution (DC) pension schemes.

Read more
Divestment or engagement – is it really either/or?
11 September 2020

Divestment or engagement – is it really either/or?

Screening is a widely used form of ethical investment but it’s not immune to pitfalls. Company engagement can also be used to help align investment with investor values. Here we take a closer look at each of these approaches and consider how they can work together to build portfolios that not only mitigate risks and generate good financial performance, but also, ultimately, have a positive impact on society and the world around us.

Read more
How do you get people to save for a pension?
11 September 2020

How do you get people to save for a pension?

People are not engaged with pensions and saving has become something of a dirty word in the ‘lower for longer’ environment that followed the financial crash of 2008.

Read more