Video: The NAPF's Joanne Segars welcomes the support for schemes in the Pensions Regulator's 2013 funding statement, but questions its interaction with the watchdog's growth objective, in the latest edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:04).
Video: TPAS chief executive Marta Phillips discusses dealing with "confusion" around auto-enrolment and why large as well as small employers are struggling with aspects of the reform, in the latest edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:27).
Video: The LPFA's chief executive Mike Taylor discusses how the scheme beefs up board members' investment understanding, alongside Squire Sanders' David Griffiths in the latest edition of PW Review (4:46).
Video: The chief executives of Nest, Now Pensions and The People's Pension discuss when a capacity crunch might begin to affect employers selecting an auto-enrolment provider – and report some surprising early opt-ins – in a special edition of PW Review (5:55).
Video: Pensions Regulator chief executive Bill Galvin says there is no "stripped-down" version of the new DC regulatory framework for smaller schemes, and explains how the regulation of contract-based schemes will change, in the latest Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:22).
Video: Railpen's Deborah Gilshan explains how the pension fund works with its managers on "governance risks and opportunities" in its portfolio, while Iain Richards of Threadneedle Investments sets out how schemes can beef up their oversight, in the latest PW Review (4:59).
Video: Pensions minister Steve Webb answers smoothing concerns and proposes a one-off guaranteed minimum pension conversion to make the equalisation process easier for defined benefit schemes, in the second of a special two-part edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:11).
Video: Pensions minister Steve Webb discusses the auto-enrolment simplifications being considered to help smaller employers and schemes implement the reform, in the first of a special two-part edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (4:08).
Video: Jeremy May, partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Glyn Jenkins, head of pensions at Unison, debate whether smoothing would be good for scheme funding, and when and how it might affect employers, in this edition of PW Review (5:34).
Video: Sheila Gilmore, a member of the Work and Pensions Select Committee, explains why the government's risk-sharing scheme design would need its own legal framework – and how that might affect employers – in the latest edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:29).
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