The world of pensions has changed. Britain’s pension savers are living longer and are more diverse. Richard Edes, The Pensions Regulator’s Interim Director of Strategy and Risk asks: What can be done to make sure the system works as efficiently as possible for everyone?Continue reading
While COVID-19 continues to have a huge impact on the way we live, socialise, shop, work and of course the way we run our businesses – it remains vital that we do not lose sight of the longer term.Continue reading
The power of three is celebrated around the world as a way of grabbing and holding people’s attention.
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.
Reaching the incredible milestone of 10 million people newly saving or saving more into a pension is like reaching the summit of a mountain.
Some things are foreseeable. As automatic enrolment has created hundreds of thousands of new pension memberships, so the defined contribution (DC) market was inevitably going to grow.Continue reading
A few years ago we started to stamp our feet about master trusts. As automatic enrolment successfully swept through businesses and more and more people were being put into workplace pensions, master trust schemes grew in popularity.
For several months now, we have talked about our commitment to change as a regulator – to be clearer, quicker and tougher.
They hide in plain sight, looking respectable to the outside world but denying their workers their legal rights.