An individual retiring in 2017 will have a pension pot just three quarters of someone retiring in 2007 immediately before the crash, according to research by Fidelity International.
Its modelling exercise showed a typical pre-crisis retiree earning ended up with an average pot size of £180,106, compared to 2017 retirees who had an average pot of £139,110 - only having 46% of the buying...
The 100 largest global pension funds are widely ignoring climate-related risks despite recent warnings by UN scientists, the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP) says.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has cut its defined benefit (DB) pension deficit to £162m ahead of its agreed £3.9bn sale of Costa Coffee to Coca-Cola.
Trends in longevity and mortality have proven difficult to forecast historically, but are vital to funding schemes and ensuring adequate retirement pots. James Phillips explores the key influences
The two-sided simplified annual pensions statement should be applauded, even if it missing information, says Jonathan Stapleton.