Tag Archives: small pots

Respect small pension pots, they simmer our dreams

I was lucky to be invited to listen to Chris Curry yesterday at a DWP convened meeting to think about the issues around small pots. Much of the information discussed was proprietary to the DWP so I can’t share the … Continue reading

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Dashboards aren’t the “small-pot fix” some claim

  The ABI want us to consider pension dashboards as a means to consolidate small pots Imperative for any solution … is for government to prioritise delivery of commercial and non-commercial pensions dashboards to spur pension scheme members to consolidate … Continue reading

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Could small pots be auto-enrolment’s lethal legacy?

50m at 2050 I spoke with Adrian Boulding last week on the issue of small pots. There are various estimates of the likely extent of the problem, the one I quote comes from DWP research which suggests that unless something … Continue reading

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Why I’m changing my mind about NEST

Nest nudge pension freedoms to one side https://t.co/QTwvZDVnKt via @henryhtapper – we don’t have a NEST equivalent in Australia – and it’s starting to look like a significant oversight in the evolution of our #superannuation system. @NESTInsight — Jeremy Cooper … Continue reading

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People’s Pension gets serious on small pots

The changes announced yesterday by People’s Pension and its parent B&CE are significant. It’s furloughing its sales team, battening down the hatches to new business It’s changing its charging structure, protecting itself against the ruinous impact of small deferred pots. … Continue reading

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The DC landscape – littered with small pots!

The Pensions Regulator has published its landscape of trust based Defined Contribution plans in the UK. It’s most easily viewed in this presentation. , If you have flipped through the ten slides, you will have missed the most interesting statistic in … Continue reading

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Death by 10 million pots – how to solve the small pot crisis

  There are 10 million new savers into workplace pensions. If every saver changed jobs 10 time, that would mean 100 million new pension pots- unless some means of rationalising pot proliferation can be found. The DWP estimate that by … Continue reading

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