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Future pensioners will receive the majority of private pension income from Defined Contribution (DC)savings and this has led to an increased focus on DC scheme investment. To read the full article please click here. ...

The recent annual DC trust report from the Pensions Regulator is another indication of how, in a large part thanks to automatic enrolment, Defined Contribution Pensions are becoming the norm for today’s pension savers. The full article can be found on page 18 of the February digital edition of Pension Age.  To read the full article please visit the Pension Age Website.  ...

Substantial changes have been made to the UK pension landscape over the last decade. With an ageing population and workforce, it is important that policymakers have reliable and up-to-date information on people’s behaviours and attitudes towards planning and preparation for later life. A good understanding of how people make work, retirement and pensions decisions is also vital ...

Last year was full of developments in the pensions world. Defined benefit consolidation, collective defined contribution schemes and the pension dashboards were all the subject of government consultation and policy development. To read the full article, please visit the Money Marketing website ...

Uncertain times for savers   We all know that the world is changing, we just cannot be sure exactly how. In these current uncertain times, we have been looking ahead decades, rather than months, to see how changes in the way we live might impact on the way we save, and how individuals, employers, government, technology and savings providers might need to chang ...

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Brexit: What does it mean for private pensions? Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. This is a question the PPI have often been asked, but have so far not had the available evidence to answer. It is very difficult to say what Brexit means for anything, until we are a lot clearer about what Brexit actually means. To read the full article please visit the ...

Solving the lost pensions problem   The recent PPI Lost Pensions Survey suggested that around 6% of uncrystallised pots are held by customers considered ‘lost’, with potentially as much as £20billion held within them. To read the full article please visit the Money Marketing Website. ...

This Briefing Note, explores the definition of lost pensions, the estimated value of such policies, as well as the effectiveness of current processes to reunite individuals with their retirement savings. It presents data from the PPI Lost Pensions Survey, which covers more than 800,000 pots of which the holders are considered ‘gone away’.

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