The Pensions Policy Institute has published the fifth edition of its annual Defined Contribution (DC) compendium in association with Columbia Threadneedle Investments. This report sets out available data on the DC landscape and this year’s chapter four explores how changes in governance and investment strategy could increase the size of member pots at retirement.
Daniela Silcock, Head of Policy Research at the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) said “This report is being published during a period of great change as government and industry adapt to the increase in DC savers arising from auto enrolment, from 5.5 million DC members in 2012 to 13 million today, and the pension flexibilities, which have significantly altered the opportunities and risks faced by DC scheme members. In the background, economic changes and changes in investment trends are influencing the way scheme managers approach the investment of member contributions.”
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