New PM should 'make it easier' to invest more widely

Aegon said the new PM should look at pension investments, the LTA, and cost of living crisis

Holly Roach
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The new PM will be announced on Monday 5 September
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The new PM will be announced on Monday 5 September

The new prime minister should “take advantage” of being free from European Union rules to make it easier for pension schemes to invest in a wider range of investments, Aegon has said.

Ahead of the new prime minister being announced next week (5 September), pensions director Steven Cameron suggested the biggest question is what support will be offered to households and businesses...

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