TBI calls for the PPF to become a pension 'superfund'

Paper from Tony Blair Institute proposes for PPF to be turned into ‘GB Savings’

Jasmine Urquhart
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TBI calls for the PPF to become a pension 'superfund'

The Tony Blair Institute (TBI) has called for the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to become a ‘superfund’ in the UK known as ‘GB Savings’.

In a paper titled Investing in the Future, the TBI called for the creation of the first superfund, by turning the PPF into ‘GB Savings', taking an expanded role as a fund consolidator. The propo...

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