UK - A decreasing number of defined contribution (DC) pension sponsors and trustees consider their provider to be offering a poor service, a survey by Watson Wyatt has found.
However, Watson Wyatt's annual survey of sponsor and trustee views of DC provider service found, while poor service appeared to be declining compared with four years ago, fewer sponsors and trustees were...
With pressures on health unlikely to abate in the near future, Aon's Guide to Risk Settlement analyses the cost of longevity reinsurance.
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Navigating the settlement market to find a solution that best meets an investor’s needs is a challenge that continues to plague the market
Concerns have been raised about making members more aware of risks to their defined benefit (DB) pensions, for fear of leading to panic and knee-jerk reactions.
The de-risking phenomenon is drying up long-term investment in younger generations as companies are forced to put more into defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to Ashok Gupta.