DWP launches major consultation on future of DC

Consultation package looks at illiquids investment, ERIs and new disclosure proposals

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Opperman: “I am determined to pursue the path to opening illiquid asset classes to DC schemes."
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Opperman: “I am determined to pursue the path to opening illiquid asset classes to DC schemes."

The government has laid down plans to enable defined contribution (DC) scheme trustees to explore “as diverse a range of assets as possible” in a bid to pivot the market to providing true value for money.

In a consultation package published today (30 March) pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman reiterated government for private equity and venture capital investment to be leveraged by DC...

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