ACA: New solutions needed to help savers 'thrive'

ACA chair says closed nature of DB will necessitate new solutions from DC

Martin Richmond
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Taylor: The DB landscape is unlikely to thrive like it once did, which means new solutions are require for current generation of savers
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Taylor: The DB landscape is unlikely to thrive like it once did, which means new solutions are require for current generation of savers

The pensions industry needs to come up with new solutions to provide savers with a comfortable level of income in retirement, according to the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA).

ACA chair Steven Taylor noted following the impact of the liability-driven investment (LDI) and gilt crisis towards the end of last year, it was a positive development to see The Pensions Regulator...

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