Tracing pensioners in the digital age

Max Lack says tracing technology needs to keep pace with changing lifestyle habits

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Tracing technology needs to keep pace with changing lifestyle habits
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Tracing technology needs to keep pace with changing lifestyle habits

Among the myriad issues facing the UK pensions industry are two seemingly unconnected trends – the soaring risk transfer market and the ever-growing problem of unclaimed pension entitlements.

2024 is set to be a record year for the defined benefit (DB) risk transfer market, given many schemes' favourable funding positions at the end of 2023. According to WTW, the value of risk transfer ...

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