UK - Generous financial incentives for the lower paid are the best way to plug the pension gap, research by Axa shows.
The latest survey from the pensions provider quizzed independent financial advisers on what they believe the government should do to address the pensions funding crisis.
The survey found that 63% of IFAs believed that more generous incentives for the lower paid was the best way forward.
The survey also found 68% of IFAs oppose increasing taxation to improve state pension provision and 58% of IFAs believe the workplace will become more important as a place where individuals make retirement funding decisions.
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Dutch custodian KAS Bank has created a fintech solution to help schemes save on costs and improve transparency of currency hedging strategies.