FOUR out of 10 people about to retire could get a bigger pension by considering an impaired life or enhanced rate annuity, Bank of Scotland Annuity Service says.
People who suffer from illnesses including diabetes, heart disease, cancer and high blood pressure could qualify for an impaired annuity, which could pay up to 30pc more than a conventional policy. ...
Aon head of DC investment advisory Chris Inman explores the many uses of illiquid assets in pension portfolios.
This week's edition of Professional Pensions is out now.
NEST will work with RepRisk and Sustainalytics to identify emerging ESG risks and screen out certain assets from its members' portfolios, the master trust has announced.
PP's Pension Prophets panel - Roger Mattingly, Robin Ellison, Jennie Kreser and Malcolm McLean - will be speaking at PBUK on 25 June. Jonathan Stapleton asks them what's on their mind ahead of the event.