RPI changes will be 'punishment for the prudent'

Hope William-Smith
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People who have left risks unmanaged will be rewarded under the government’s proposals to reform the Retail Prices Index (RPI) while those in well-risk-managed schemes could lose out, says Barnett Waddingham.

The pensions consultant said its latest research showed RPI-linked liabilities may see a significant reduction in their liability values by up to 10% or more. The government's decision to reform...

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