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How would removal of the State Pension triple lock affect adequacy?
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) held a policy seminar on 21st March 2018 to launch its research report: How would the removal of the State Pension triple lock affect adequacy?, sponsored by the Centre for Ageing Better (CFAB), Trades Union Congress (TUC) and Age UK. The report explores the potential effect of changing State Pension indexation on poverty, adequacy and state spending, and examines the future outlook for State Pension policy as a whole.
40 people representing a broad range of interests within Government, the investment industry, the pensions industry and the third sector attended the seminar.
Lawrence Churchill CBE, PPI Chairman, welcomed the attendees and introduced the panel.
Daniela Silcock, Head of Policy Research, PPI, presented the findings of the Research.
Tim Sharp, Policy Officer, TUC, presented the TUC’s view on the research findings...
To download the full event write up please click here.