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CDC and Individual DC Outcomes – Iain Clacher and Con Keating

  As a prelude to considering notional contribution allocation within a CDC scheme, it is worth asking the question as to how a 64-year-old and 24-year-old might have fared had they been in individual DC rather than in collective DC … Continue reading

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Risk sharing – a trouble shared or simply squashed?

What do we mean by risk sharing? My friend Con Keating has criticized me for advocating CDC as a scheme for pensioners only telling me that there is no risk-sharing between a 65 and 95 year old because they have … Continue reading

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