United Kingdom: Pensions and Investment News and Analysis

Latest news and analysis of pensions, asset management, regulation and trends in the United Kingdom from our award-winning journalists.

BoE

Bank of England right to scrutinise the role of funded reinsurance

2024-02-21T12:00:00+00:00

Prudential Regulation Authority calls for limited exposure to reinsurance

Climate Change

Majority of UK pension providers found to have ‘inadequate’ or ‘poor’ climate plans

2024-02-21T10:30:00+00:00

UK pension providers are ‘failing to implement ambitious, science-based climate plans’, according to report from Make My Money Matter

Light bulb, electricity, energy, power

UK electricity company picks WTW’s LifeSight as master trust provider

2024-02-21T09:30:00+00:00

LifeSight now has approximately 360,000 members with £17bn in assets under management secured

London including 22 Bishopsgate (photo by Edmund Sumner)

Country Report – Pensions in UK (May 2023)

May 2023 (Magazine)

UK pensions are at a crucial juncture. The UK Parliament’s inquiry into the LDI crisis of September 2022 shed some light on its causes, but the debate on the role of LDI is alive and well. Meanwhile, regulators including The Pensions Regulator and the Financial Conduct Authority have advised pension schemes on how to make LDI strategies more resilient to shocks.