Charges, returns and transparency in DC: what can we learn from other countries

Document type
Report
Author(s)
Hurman, Nick
Date of publication
4 December 2018
Subject(s)
Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion, Older Adults
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This report compares data for Defined Contribution (DC) workplace pensions from Australia, The United States (US), The Netherlands and Sweden to explore this question. It looks at the level of disclosed costs and charges in each country in the context of the country’s pensions system, the investment returns achieved and also the transparency and effectiveness of the governance oversight of charging.

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