Have your say: Should pre-1997 pension benefits receive statutory protection against inflation?

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In this week's Pensions Buzz, we want to know if pre-1997 pension benefits should receive statutory protection against inflation.

Also, have independent governance committees improved value for money in contract-based pensions, and should they expand their remit to include reporting on social investing issues?

Finally, do you think mandatory disclosure rules, which came into effect for trust-based DC schemes last week, will result in clear information for members, and should trustees be required to formally appoint a wealth manager to provide advice to members?

Take part in this week's survey.

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