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The PPI undertakes sponsored research provided that the research is within the PPI’s charitable objective, the PPI has the capability and the capacity to undertake the research and the research sponsor or sponsors are happy for the final research to be published.

You are welcome to use the Pensions Policy Institute's research but please reference any material appropriately. 



  • The new pensions landscape

    The ABI, CII, DWP, the People's Pension and the PLSA sponsored the PPI to publish a report on "The new pensions landscape".   The pensions landscape has changed significantly since 2003 with...

    29 NOV 2016
  • Adequacy in retirement: A segmentation of savers in the wealth and assets survey

    The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) sponsored the PPI to segment working age savers in Great Britain. This analysis was used within a wider PLSA project designed to assess the...

    24 NOV 2016
  • Automatic enrolment changes

    NOW: Pensions sponsored the PPI to model a selection of scenarios that look at the effect of removing the qualifying earnings bands and removing the earnings trigger in preparation for the Automatic...

    08 NOV 2016
  • The Future Book: unravelling workplace pensions 2016 edition

    The Future Book is the second edition of an annual PPI publication, commissioned by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, which sets out available data on the Defined Contribution (DC) landscape,...

    29 SEP 2016
  • At-retirement financial advice in the workplace report

    The report draws heavily on new qualitative research conducted by Bdifferent exploring employer’ reactions to two new initiatives that Her Majesty’s Treasury is considering: Increasing the tax...

    20 SEP 2016
  • The distributional impact of State Pension age rises

    Since the 1940s, the UK State Pension age (SPa) has been age 65 for men and age 60 for women. As a result of concerns about the long-term sustainability of the State Pension system in the face of...

    08 SEP 2016

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