Industry Voice: Pensions Watch — Issue 12

What's been happening and what's on the horizon in the world of pensions

Chris Wagstaff
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Industry Voice: Pensions Watch — Issue 12

With the recent launch of the 7th annual edition of the Pension Policy Institute's (PPI's) The DC Future Book, compiled, as it has been since its inception, in association with Columbia Threadneedle Investments, we look at the key findings of this year's research and what actions should be considered if good retirement outcomes are to become the norm.

Pensions Watch 12

2021 sees the publication of yet another highly informative edition of The DC Future Book, the 7th in the series, underpinned by the PPI's fiercely independent approach to Defined Contribution (DC) research. The DC Future Book continues to promote a better understanding of trends and themes in the UK DC pensions market and as always, there are plenty of facts and figures to pique the interest of even the most experienced DC practitioner. So, what are the key findings of this year's research and what actions should be considered if good retirement outcomes are to become the norm?

 

 

Read previous Pensions Watch articles by clicking on the links below

Pensions Watch 1Pensions Watch 2Pensions Watch 3Pensions Watch 4Pensions Watch 5Pensions Watch 6Pensions Watch 7Pensions Watch 8Pensions Watch 9, Pensions Watch 10, Pensions Watch 11

 

Chris Wagstaff
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Head of Pensions Investment & Education @ Columbia Threadneedle Investments

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