Retirement Outcomes Review: investment pathways and other proposed changes to our rules and guidance

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Pensions Policy Institute
Pensions Policy Institute
Date of publication
29 April 2019
Social Policy, Older Adults, Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion
Social welfare
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PPI submitted a consultation response to 'Retirement Outcomes Review: Investment pathways and other proposed changes to our rules and guidance' in April 2019.

Key findings:

  • Automatic enrolment in workplace pensions has vastly increased the numbers of people saving for retirement.
  • Overall, engagement with pensions remains low, and people may not be in a position to make informed decisions about their pension pots.
  • Pre-designed investment pathways represent an opportunity to solve this, but care needs to be taken to ensure that they work in the best interests of users. 

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