Investment brief

We might need to revise our expectations of ever increasing longevity in the light of recent statistics, warns Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Evidence suggests that many people have lost track of previous pension pots or have no idea how to claim them, says Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
It is impossible for trustees to monitor the strength of companies when the business world is changing so rapidly, argues Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Significant cost discrepancies between schemes could be resolved if they merged into larger units, reports Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
As membership of DC overtakes that of DB, we will begin to see more of the business conduct side of the Regulator, says Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Dealing with each emerging market as an individual rather than as part of a group could generate higher returns, suggests Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
The fall in sterling following the EU referendum will affect the viability of pension schemes, both private and public, warns Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
French thinking is challenging the strength of the two building blocks of modern investment, explains Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
It is wrong to assume our elderly are ready to sink into a quiet retirement, says Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Are we really living longer? The basis upon which longevity estimates are arrived at needs revisiting, suggests Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard