Each month DC World asks readers for their views. This month we ask: A recent report found that young women are accruing pension savings at half the rate of men. What needs to be done to redress the balance?
Richard Ascough, communications consulting manager, Capita Hartshead It’s been clear for a long time that individuals aren’t saving enough for retirement – the savings gap (not just for women) is well...
Defined contribution (DC) pensions are showing positive signs of market recovery after dramatic falls in the number of expected retirements this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Transfers between defined contribution (DC) schemes must continue to be prioritised by trustees during the Covid-19 pandemic, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) warns.
Many schemes are only at the start of their ESG journeys and are likely to be confused by reporting requirements as they also grapple with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, says the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
Savers with less than a decade to go until retirement have a reasonable timeframe ahead for their pension to recover from the market instability caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus, according to Unbiased.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has launched an investigation into the increasing transfer of risks to consumers, with a particular focus on defined contribution (DC) pensions.