The state pension age (SPA) could stick at 67 if the government redirects finances from boosted gross domestic product (GDP) arising from the advance of robots and artificial intelligence (AI).
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) argued that digitisation of the economy and workforce would lead to higher national productivity, and cited a PwC analysis which suggested GDP could be 10% higher by 2030...
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Phoenix Group has laid down a proposal to acquire rival life insurer ReAssure Group in a £3.2bn cash and shares deal.
This week’s top stories included KPMG selling its UK pensions practice to private equity-backed firm NewCo.
KPMG has signed a conditional agreement to sell its UK pensions practice to private equity-backed firm NewCo.
The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) enforcement actions increased by more than a quarter over the last year but the recovery rate against all recoverable debt sat at just 30%, according to law firm Clyde & Co.