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Tim Pike

Head of Modelling

Tim is the Head of Modelling of the PPI responsible for delivering the models and modelling to support the PPI’s current research program. He joined the PPI in July 2015 and since then has analysed the projected implication of pension policies upon many significant groups. These have included the self-employed, women, younger generations, and the Exchequer.

Tim has worked alongside academics and other researchers on collaborative projects including WHeRL and CASPeR. These projects bring multidisciplinary research to widen the research scope to give a more complete view of the implications of interacting areas of policy.

Prior to joining the PPI Tim worked for Legal and General where he spent nearly ten years contributing to a wide variety of actuarial modelling projects, from financial reporting to annuity pricing.

Tim has an MA (Cantab.) having studied mathematics at Fitzwilliam College Cambridge.

Recent items by Tim

  • What is the impact on member outcomes of different non-capped charging structures?

    24 NOV 2021
  • Pensions and Divorce: what do we know, and what future research is needed?

    15 SEP 2021
  • Modelling Report: Exploring the financial impact of flat rate pensions tax relief: Analysis commissioned by the PLSA

    20 JUL 2021

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