Nearly £50bn now saved into DC schemes

Savings into defined contribution pension schemes increased by more than one fifth last year to £5.4bn, according to figures from The Pensions Regulator. According to TPR’s DC Trust report, £48bn is now saved in DC pension schemes. Member numbers increased by 29 per cent to 12.6 million people. Master trusts account for 10 million DC […]


Govt still failing to address pensions for self-employed

The Government’s promise of “enhanced rights” for millions of UK workers does little to address the problem of pension provision for the self-employed, Steve Webb says. In its response to the Taylor report published today, the Government says “major reforms” will give millions of workers new rights and these “are a vital part” of the […]


FCA zeroes in on competition in non-workplace pensions

The FCA has published a discussion paper seeking views on the market for non-workplace pensions so it can understand the sector better. The document explains the regulator wants to know whether competition is working well and if there are issues that need to be addressed in order to protect consumers. The FCA estimates that non-workplace […]

Natixis video: Making smarter use of asset classes

Content supplied by Natixis Global Asset Management This video from Natixis Global Asset Management focuses on Active Share. One strategy for the smarter use of equity investments is ensuring you get what you pay for. According to the company, looking at Active Share can give you a better perspective on where performance comes from. Active […]


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