Pensions key in government plans to 'level up' the UK

The white paper includes plans for LGPS funds, DC schemes and illiquid investments

Holly Roach
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The government has published its white paper on levelling up the UK
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The government has published its white paper on levelling up the UK

The government has published its white paper on levelling up the UK, setting out plans for Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) funds, opportunities for illiquid investments, and the defined contribution (DC) charge cap.

The government's Levelling Up white paper - published yesterday (2 February) - sets out the government's new approach designed to re-focus its spending to improve the outcomes of the UK. The paper states...

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