Simplifying pensions for trustees, employers and members
Join us at the PLSA Annual Conference
Fireside chat session – Wednesday 18 October 13:10 -13:30
The pensions landscape is changing at an unprecedented pace. Defined benefit (DB) schemes are moving toward their end game and master trusts continue to thrive in defined contribution (DC), all with technology playing an increasing role in service delivery. At the same time, the industry is considering the impact of initiatives such as Dashboards, collective defined contribution (CDC), and the need for innovative de-cumulation solutions. Against this backdrop third party administrators are evolving to meet the changing needs of the members they serve.
Join Paul Capel’s fireside chat on 18 October 13:10 - 13:30 at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) Annual Conference in Manchester, when he'll be discussing the dynamic role administrators must play and how innovation is at the heart of delivering services that remain valuable to trustees and their members.
Reserve your place for this fireside session:
Our latest research
Transforming the relationship between savers and schemes
For many, pensions remain a mystery until it’s too late. We’ve been working with leading consultancy The Future Collective to produce an in-depth report of the current state of play in pensions, and to identify growth opportunities over the next 24 months.
Our report discusses the growing consumer interest in environmental, social and governance issues, how marketing conditions are disrupting retirement plans, and why savers have to drastically change their behaviour.
Are pensions still fit for purpose?
Social, health and socio-economic trends are changing how people work today, and how they retire in the future. Policy and landscape changes, including Covid-19 have had a significant impact on the needs of today’s savers and future pensioners.
Affordability, disengagement, and mistrust of pensions are all impacting future wellbeing. Partnering with the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI), we are challenging whether today’s pension industry is fit for tomorrow’s retirees.