DC savers broadly support ESG investment

DCIF survey finds responsible investment and cost of living are key member concerns

Jasmine Urquhart
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The majority of DC savers cite ESG as an important investment concern
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The majority of DC savers cite ESG as an important investment concern

The Defined Contribution Investment Forum (DCIF) has published a report detailing defined contribution (DC) member’s attitudes and priorities to their pensions in areas such as the cost of living and responsible investment.

The Surviving The Squeeze report, which surveyed 1,300 savers this year in partnership with research firm Ignition House, found 10% of over 50s said they had dipped into their pension specifically ...

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