DC Future Book 2021: Savers 'relatively unscathed' by Covid

The PPI’s annual DC research reflects on how schemes have fared during the pandemic

Hope William-Smith
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Pensions Policy Institute senior policy manager Lauren Wilkinson
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Pensions Policy Institute senior policy manager Lauren Wilkinson

The defined contribution (DC) market has been resilient during pandemic, but there are likely longer-term impacts that will need to be closely tracked and measured, the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) says.

The research organisation's 2021 DC Future Book - its annual report on DC workplace pensions - shows schemes are in a strong position despite the initial shocks of Covid. The book - published to...

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