Monday, 16 July 2018
Read our groundbreaking original research here. We take an in-depth look at subjects as varied as prioriies and challenges for independent trustees, buyouts, and mid-sized scheme de-risking.
AN in-depth assessment of the UK’s occupational defined contribution provision
What are the current challenges for independent trustees and the schemes that they represent?
What are employers’ pensions priorities? From investment strategies to scheme selection, we find out what really matters in today’s fast-moving world of pensions
Engaged Investor, in association with Newton Investment Management, asked independent trustees what would be important in the year ahead. Here’s what they said:
The key stats and facts from Newton Investment Management’s Independent Trustee 2016 Research
A panel of professional trustees discussed the findings of the Engaged Investor and Newton Independent Trustee survey
Liability management exercises and data exercises are key to moving towards a buyout, reports Jenna Gadhavi
We look at how a buyout deal brought welcome certainty to the Uniq pension scheme’s c21,000 members
Employers looking to secure their pension liabilities face multiple challenges, Jack Jones reports
This report examines the issues defined benefit trustees and sponsors are facing in the buyout market
Group head of reward Ben Fowler at family owned company Vestey Group explains how they took a multi-step approach to de-risking, culminating in a buyout
Using pension scheme members’ medical history to underwrite liabilities is a growing segment of the market. Jenna Gadhavi looks at how and why this method of de-risking is becoming increasingly popular
International construction firm Lend Lease’s pensions story is one that will resonate in many corporate boardrooms across the UK, explains Louise Farrand
When it comes to choosing a cost effective de-risking strategy, mid-sized schemes often have to overcome challenges to achieve their objectives, as Peter Askins explains
Where large schemes go, smaller schemes usually follow, so we wanted to focus on mid-sized schemes to understand just how they are approaching de-risking.
Innovation leads to a £2.5bn reduction of pensioner liabilities
Engaged Investor’s research into the top 100 DB schemes finds trustees are increasingly turning to smart beta strategies to keep costs low
Engaged Investor’s research into the top 100 DB schemes finds trustees are looking internationally for better returns
Engaged Investor’s research into the top 100 DB schemes finds that bond allocations have doubled in 2014
Download the full research report on the top 100 DB schemes