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Watson Wyatt tells Government to ensure stakeholder does not damage existing schemes

Consultants Watson Wyatt has told the Government that the ongoing stakeholder consultation should ensure that no damage is done to existing occupational schemes.


Its submission also calls for a rationalisation of the regulatory framework and for the introduction of the state second pension in one step, not in two stages as currently planned.

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