In my last blog, I said the world had changed with a move away from defined benefit (DB) pensions.
For much of the twentieth century, private or workplace pensions meant defined benefit.
In our Governance and Trusteeship consultation, we asked how we could help trustees improve the diversity of trustee boards, something we believe is crucial.
From fighting pension scams to tackling Environmental, Social, and Governance, 2020 will be another fast-moving year of change full of positive opportunities and challenges we must all strive to meet.
Pension scams can happen to anyone, with scammers using sophisticated techniques to con people out of their hard-earned retirement cash.
Making workplace pensions work and protecting savers is at the heart of what we do.
The power of three is celebrated around the world as a way of grabbing and holding people’s attention.
At a time when savers have more flexibility than ever over their pensions, it is inevitable that scurrilous criminals hellbent on stealing people’s retirement pots are circling.
If you get married and change your name, those you owe money to don’t forget you. If you move house, your debts remain tied to your credit record.
As Michael Johnson recently outlined in his letter to the Select Committee on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision, Generation Y (aka millennials) could be the first generation to experience a lesser quality of life than their baby boomer parents.Continue reading