Engage now on investment pathways to avoid February stand-off, IGCs warned

James Phillips
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Providers are failing to engage early with their independent governance committees (IGCs) over the rollout of investment pathways despite the looming 1 February deadline, they have been warned.

With less than three months to implement the auto-decumulation options for savers, some in the industry are concerned that there is an expectation of rubber stamping of investment pathways from IGC...

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