The PPI and you
As an educational charity, it is fundamental that PPI maintains its independent and objective status. PPI aims to achieve this through securing as diverse funding streams as possible, such as:
- Donations from supporting members or associate members
- Funds from organisations commissioning research work
- Funds from grant-giving bodies and foundations
- Resources given in kind
- Fees from seminars and training programmes
Supporting members scheme
The PPI has introduced a Supporting Membership Scheme for organisations that make larger donations. The scheme gives valuable benefits for members and enables the PPI to plan its work programme in advance. For further details please click here.
Associate Membership will be ideally suited to small single employer private sector schemes, Local Government Pension Schemes and Independent Governance Committees, and other smaller organisations with an interest in pensions policy. For further details please click here.
The PPI undertakes specific bespoke commissioned work, provided it is published freely and fits with the PPI's independent status. For full details please click here
The PPI apply for grants to fund various research projects. For full details please click here.
Seminars and Training programmes
From time to time the PPI experts conduct seminars and training programmes. If you are interested in commissioning in-house training on pension provision related subjects please contact Chris Curry, PPI Director.
PPI Mailing List
To ensure that the findings of our research are disseminated as widely as possible we do not charge for our 'dissemination&' activities, e.g. holding public seminars and printing hard copies of publications.
If you would like to be kept informed of PPI activities, please click here to join the mailing list.