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Flat fees will be banned on pensions worth below £100 in a bid to end the erosion of small pots, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has confirmed.
The Smart Pension Master Trust has allocated £100m of its default assets to seed a blended private market illiquids fund being launched by Natixis Investment Managers.
The small pots working group has made a number of recommendations on how to tackle the growth of deferred members with small pension pots within the AE pensions market – urging the government and industry to take action to enable large-scale mass transfers....
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More than half (54%) of employees said they would increase pensions contributions if their employer did the same, according to a poll by The People's Pension.