Analysis

Factor investing, or smart beta, has grown dramatically, but produces inconsistent results, explains Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
The past was definitely another country – especially as regards pensions, reminisces Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons
The qualifying number of years for a state pension might need to increase by as much as ten years, reports Ceri Jones, financial journalist
The use of judicial review has recently been restricted because it should be used when no other remedy is available, explains Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons
Ceri Jones, financial journalist, reports on the confusion over pension transfers, following HMRC’s failed tribunal appeal concerning inheritance tax
The mounting cost of pensions is providing scope for previously unthinkable solutions, explains Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons, on fixing bad drafting and a legal miscellany from cold calling to auto-enrolment
The BHS squabble descends into a brawl as the two main players exchange verbal blows, reports Ceri Jones, financial journalist
We might need to revise our expectations of ever increasing longevity in the light of recent statistics, warns Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Robin Ellison, Pinsent Masons, has some questions for the Pensions Regulator to consider