Retirement income and assets: outlook for the future

The report is the fourth in a series of reports that consider the role of income and assets in supporting retirement.

The seminar was chaired by Niki Cleal, PPI Director and was attended by over 50 people representing a range of interests across the pensions and financial sector.

Chris Curry (PPI Research Director) gave background to the Retirement income and assets series and Daniela Silcock (PPI Senior Policy Researcher) gave an overview of the key findings from the report. Please click here to view the report and here to view the PPI's presentation.

Maggie Craig (Director of Life & Savings at the Association of British Insurers) spoke about the role of the insurance, pensions and long term savings industries in addressing the issues raised by the research.

Ruth Hancock (Professor Economics of Health and Welfare at the University of East Anglia) discussed the links between long term care and retirement income and assets. Please click here to view Ruth's presentation.

Richenda Solon (Head of Analysis at the Extending Working Lives Division at the Department for Work and Pensions) consideered the implications of extending working life. Please click here to view DWP's presentation.

Click here to download the write-up of the event.

The retirement income and assets series has been sponsored by Age Concern & Help the Aged (Age UK), the Association of British Insurers, The Department for Work and Pensions, the Investment Management Association, JP Morgan Asset Management and Prudential.