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PPI Launch Event

Barings, 9th Floor, 20 Old Bailey, EC4M 7AN

18 JAN 2024

This event is open only to PPI Supporters and Governors - if you wish to book please contact events@pensionspolicyinstitute.org.uk 

 

Engagement is a frequent topic of discussion in the pensions industry and each year considerable resources are spent on delivering communication and strategies with the ambition of increasing currently low levels of engagement. Despite its prominence in the landscape, there is limited consensus on the definition of engagement and the extent to which it will support the aim of delivering better retirement outcomes.

The first Briefing Note in this series reflected on existing practice on engagement in order to find where consensus lay and use this consensus to develop a consistent definition of engagement which can be used to strengthen strategies and outcomes.

This report, What could effective pensions engagement look like?, builds upon the findings of the Briefing Note to explore what effective engagement strategies could look like. The report sets out the broad range of factors that can impact the level of engagement that can feasibly be achieved, the benefits and risks associated with engagement and the ways in which engagement strategies could be strengthened, including what other support may be needed for those who are less likely to become engaged or benefit from engagement. 

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Related Briefing/Publications
  • Briefing Note 136 - What is the role of engagement in pensions?

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