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

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 today...

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