DC scheme default strategy policy considerations

Document type
Briefing
Author(s)
Calvache, Vanessa
Publisher
Pensions Policy Institute
Date of publication
11 March 2019
Series
Briefing note 111
Subject(s)
Social Policy, Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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Future pensioners will receive the largest proportion of private pension income from Defined Contribution (DC) pensions. As the majority of DC members are saving in their scheme’s default strategy, trustee and provider decisions regarding how to structure these strategies will have a substantial impact on future pension incomes.

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