Respondents unsure if Guy Opperman will remain in post

Kim Kaveh
clock • 5 min read

This week's Pensions Buzz respondents were unsure whether Guy Opperman will stay in post as pensions and financial inclusion minister under the new Prime Minister.

The 103 participants also answered questions on the auto-enrolment threshold, trustee training, and equalising widowers' surviving benefits. Read the results in full.  Just over half o...

To continue reading this article...

Join Professional Pensions

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the industry
  • Receive our in-depth monthly magazine in either print or digital format
  • Access our Sustainable Investment Hub covering news and opinion from thought leaders in the ESG space
  • Receive important and breaking news stories selected by the Editors in our daily newsletter
  • Hear from industry experts and other forward-thinking leaders
  • Receive a monthly members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from leading industry experts and a feature from the magazine in advance of its release date

Join now

 

Already a Professional Pensions member?

Login

More on Industry

Scottish Widows head of policy Pete Glancy

Cold feet on pension reforms risks freezing people out

Pete Glancy says lack of reform is preventing people from having a comfortable retirement

Pete Glancy
clock 27 January 2023 • 4 min read
PLSA director of policy and advocacy Nigel Peaple

Pensions adequacy a top PLSA priority as it turns 100

Trade body set out several priorities including AE reform and areas of regulatory focus

Jasmine Urquhart
clock 27 January 2023 • 3 min read
Five stories you may have missed this week

Five stories you may have missed this week

Buck posts 10% revenue growth and Diageo discloses £1bn credit facility to schemes

Professional Pensions
clock 27 January 2023 • 1 min read
Trustpilot