SPP: At a time of policy distraction, don't forget the AE reforms

Mark Bondi says AE reforms will only be the first step in solving pension adequacy issues

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Mark Bondi is a member of the Society of Pension Professional’s council and a member of its legislation committee
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Mark Bondi is a member of the Society of Pension Professional’s council and a member of its legislation committee

The Society of Pension Professionals’ (SPP’s) latest column for Professional Pensions, looks at the implementation of some of the key recommendations from the 2017 AE Review.

It is easy to be distracted by the deluge of proposals and new initiatives and fail to recognise that a key piece of the architecture still needs to be addressed - how our current automatic enrolme...

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