Global DC attitudes to inertia versus member engagement differ widely, finds Thinking Ahead

Kim Kaveh
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Thinking Ahead: Next ten years of DC will be crucial in the development of global retirement systems
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Thinking Ahead: Next ten years of DC will be crucial in the development of global retirement systems

Defined contribution (DC) schemes’ visions are generally aligned, but there are mixed views on the power of the default versus member engagement, according to the Thinking Ahead Institute.

In its latest research on the global changing DC landscape published today (14 October), the institute - which is an outgrowth of Willis Towers Watson's Thinking Ahead group - found less than half (44%)...

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