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Does Pension Freedom need a “disinvestment default”?


The success of auto-enrolment in encouraging 7 million new pension savers to stay in, has been attributed to the power of inertia. There may be some goodwill generated by “pension freedoms” but even workplace pension providers accept that most new … Continue reading

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“Rape and Kill” – why the public are turning off retirement advice.


Thanks to the PPI for the second Future Book – Unravelling Workplace Pensions. The 2016 Edition of the PPI’s study on workplace pension is published today. Getting data on the state of workplace pensions has always been tricky. If you … Continue reading

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Con Keating on the future of CDC – (pt 3)


This is the third of three blogs from Con which will in future appear in Professional Pensions. The idea that individual DC will produce pension outcomes that are satisfactory for the majority of retirement savers is now thoroughly discredited, as is … Continue reading

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How do you compare pension default funds?


    An old colleague contacted me yesterday with a simple (but great) question. “how do you compare pension default funds”. I can speak on this for First Actuarial, who provide the investment ratings on default funds for the Pension … Continue reading

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The Risks of DC Default Options


If you are in the default fund of your group personal pension you have the right to ask these questions. Continue reading

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