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Briefing Note 134 - Lost Pensions 2022: What’s the scale and impact?
The Pensions Policy Institute is today publishing Briefing Note 134 - Lost Pensions 2022: What’s the scale and impact? sponsored by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and Punter Southall Aspire (PS Aspire).
In 2018, the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) published Briefing Note 110 – Lost Pensions: What’s the scale and impact? This Briefing Note explored the definition of lost pensions, their estimated value and potential impact on retirement outcomes, and the effectiveness of current processes to reunite individuals with their retirement savings. It was supported by data from the PPI Lost Pensions Survey (2018). This year's Briefing Note revisits the lost pensions challenge four years on, supported by fresh data from the PPI Lost Pensions Survey (2022) and shows the scale of the problem of lost pension pots has increased by £7 billion in just four years.
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