UK - Over two-thirds of future pensioners think the state pension will only be available for the poorest pensioners when they retire, a survey by Brahm Research and Cicero Consulting shows.
The research and public policy specialists also found that more than 80% of savers aged 20-45 felt they would have a sufficient amount in retirement – but that as many as 45% were not aware of their likely retirement income.
Additionally, 75% of this age range support compulsory pensions savings and 45% thought reducing the state pension would encourage people to save more.
Trustees of the 600 Group's defined benefit (DB) pension scheme have agreed to a £201m buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
Anna Genda has been appointed a director for defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution pensions (DC) at Investec Asset Management.
Scammers may be trying to steal savings from workers by falsely claiming to be calling from The Pensions Regulator (TPR), according to a warning from the watchdog.
Lottie Meggitt continues Newton Investment Management's series of columns on DC issues