FTSE100 firms stick with existing schemes over NEST for 2012 duties

Jenna Towler
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Just two FTSE100 firms plan to use NEST as their default pension arrangement for new starters post-2012, research from Towers Watson reveals.

The consultant said many of the country's biggest firms would use their existing arrangements to meet auto-enrolment duties, making changes to these schemes where necessary. Some 41% already aut...

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