PP Live: Steve Webb's four-point plan to fortify pensions

Former pensions minister outlines his vision to keep pensions moving forward

Hope William-Smith
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Steve Webb speaking at PP Live on 17 May

Steve Webb speaking at PP Live on 17 May

The industry must step up and work creatively to reform thinking around defined contribution (DC) pensions as there is no time to wait for the government’s 2017 review of auto-enrolment (AE) to be implemented, Sir Steve Webb says.

Speaking at Professional Pensions Live yesterday (17 May) the Lane, Clark & Peacock partner and former pensions minister said it was clear the government was not prioritising the implementation of ...

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