Frankie Borrell reviews developments in the pension risk transfer market throughout 2016
Rating agencies and regulators focus on insurers' short-term financial strengths, but for pension provision, wider considerations come into play, argues Dave Watt.
Matt Wilmington argues that being ready to transact can help schemes take opportunities presented by favourable market movements.
Alyssa Manning examines how the US is now following the UK’s lead in pension risk transfer
John Towner reasons that undertaking a pension buyout can transform a company's pension deficit into a more attractive and stable liability.
John Towner explains how sponsoring companies are increasing the affordability of buy-ins and buyouts.
Schemes must not be afraid to reach out to insurers directly, writes Russell Lee.
Dominic Moret explores the different ways a pension scheme can de-risk while on the route to full buyout.