WTW's Rash Bhabra: There are 'no magic bullets' to make the savings problem disappear

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Bhabra: Low interest rates and low expected returns on assets make it expensive to build up adequate retirement savings
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Bhabra: Low interest rates and low expected returns on assets make it expensive to build up adequate retirement savings

Professional Pensions spoke to Willis Towers Watson Great Britain head of retirement Rash Bhabra as part of its exclusive series of interviews with the leaders of the UK’s leading pension consulting firms. This is what he had to say…

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