Comparison of the regulatory frameworks for DC pensions

The PPI held a policy seminar on 22nd October 2015 to launch its latest report Comparison of the regulatory frameworks for DC pensions. The research was commissioned by Scottish Widows.

The research draws on discussions conducted with experts on regulation, and explores the differences between the two regulatory regimes for DC pensions. It considers the pros and cons of the respective regimes for DC pensions, with a focus on the impact of these for savers.

The seminar was chaired by Chris Curry, PPI Director, and around 50 people attended representing a broad range of interests within Government, the investment industry, the pensions industry and the voluntary sector.

Melissa Echalier, PPI Senior Policy Researcher presented the findings of the research report. To download the presentation, please click here. To read the report please click here.

Peter Glancy, Head of Pensions Policy, Scottish Widows, commented on the Research findings

Additional panel members were: 

  • Teresa Fritz, Financial Services Consumer Panel
  • Graham Vidler, Director of External Affairs, Pensions and Lifetime Saving Association (PLSA)
  • Fiona Walker, Automatic Enrolment Programme Director, Department for Work and Pensions.

To download the write-up of the seminar, please click here.