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The world is changing, and approaches to investment are changing alongside it. The potential economic consequences of global trends, such as climate change, social movements and increased regulation, are becoming clearer to many investors. However, there is a lack of consensus regarding the financial implications of these factors for investors. Currently environmental, social ...

We at the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) have been looking ahead not months but decades, in order to see how changes in the way we live life in the future might impact how we save and spend our money. We have also sought to understand how individuals, employers, government and providers might need to change to help people adjust to this shifting landscape. To read the full a ...

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 ...

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