Philip Audaer, Lane Clark & Peacock, on the challenge of achieving adequacy in retirement – and the power of negative thinking
PRAG chair, Shona Harvie, Crowe Clark Whitehill, looks back on 40 years of PRAG’s support to the pensions industry and forward to what the future holds
Tata steelworkers have voted to accept the pensions offer from the company to safeguard their jobs, reports Stuart Price, Quantum Advisory
James Miller, Aon Hewitt, on transferring your way to a better outcome
There are several good reasons why fiduciary management is growing in popularity, explains Pieter Steyn, Willis Towers Watson
Pooling supported by flexible platforms will enable local authorities to benefit from scale in their future investment decisions, explains Sid Newby, BNP Paribas  
Analytics is the latest innovation in DC default fund design. Alex Toney, Barnett Waddingham, explains how it can help members to achieve their retirement goals
Work expands to fill the time available. Sir Steve Webb, Royal London, considers the consequences of people having to work longer  
Schemes should consider alternative valuation methods to the usual gilts plus measure, suggests Craig Wootton, Punter Southall
2017 will see a heap of uncertainties, as auto-enrolment enters its busiest phase. The great and the good give PW editor Stephanie Hawthorne their pension predictions