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Supporting the PPI

As an educational charity, it is fundamental that we maintain our independent and objective status. We aim to achieve this through securing as many diverse funding streams as possible, such as:

  • Donations from supporting members or associate members
  • Funds from organisations sponsoring research work
  • Funds from grant-giving bodies and foundations
  • Gifts in kind
  • Fees from seminars and training programmes

 

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Aegon
Age UK
Association of British Insurers 
Aviva
AXA IM
B&CE, providers of the People's Pension
BlackRock
Centre for Ageing Better
Columbia Threadneedle Investments 
Department of Work and Pensions
EEF
Equality for Human Rights Commission 
Fidelity
Financial Conduct Authority 
Institute for Employment Studies 
Investment Association
JP Morgan Asset Management 
Just
Legal & General
LV=
Mercer
NatCen
Now: Pensions 
Old Mutual Wealth 
Partnership 
PLSA
Pinsent Masons
Prudential plc
TISA
The Chartered Insurance Institute 
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries 
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation 
The Pensions Regulator 
The People's Pension 
The Resolution Foundation 
The Social Market Foundation 
Reddington 
Royal London 
Royal Mail 
Runnymead Trust 
Schroders 
Scottish Widows 
Standard Life 
State Street Global Advisers 
StepChange 
Team Spirit 
Trade Union Congress 
USS 
Wealth at Work 
Which? 
Zurich 

 

The Nuffield Foundation have funded:

  • A seminar series on shaping a stable pensions solution. For more details click here.
  • The development of the PPI’s suite of models that analyse long-term outcomes form the current UK pensions system and possible reforms. For more details click here.
  • Maintaining consensus: long-term goals for the UK pensions system and options for ongoing policy review. For more details click here.
  • Research on public sector pensions (click here and here for details) including a seminar for Lord John Hutton’s Independent Public Service Pensions Commission exploring the issues around adequacy in the context of public sector pensions (click here for details).
  • Further research on public sector pensions looking at the implications of the Coalition Government’s public sector pension reforms. For more details click here.
  • A series of briefings providing a comprehensive independent analysis of the impact of introducing the single tier state pension. For more details click here.
  • A collaborative project, between the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI), the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the London School of Economics (LSE), investigating the long-term impacts of both long term care and state pension reforms (CASPeR) and their potential interactions. For more details click here.

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) have funded:

  • A consortium, between the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI), the London School of Economics (LSE) and the University of East Anglia (UEA), conducting a study of modelling ageing populations to 2030 and beyond. For more details click here.
  • WHERL an interdisciplinary consortium on Wellbeing, Health, Retirement and the Lifecourse funded by the cross-research Council Lifelong Health and Wellbeing (LHW) programme under the Extending Working Lives call (ES/LS002825/1). The consortium included the PPI, Age UK, DWP, Kings College London, UCL, The University of Manchester and The University of Toronto. For more details click here.

 

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Virginia Woolf Building
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Tel. 020 7848 3744

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