The changing pensions landscape

The changing pensions landscape

Our experts are all in agreement that the current pensions landscape needs to change. Here, they give their views on how this could happen.

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Our experts are all in agreement that the current pensions landscape needs to change. We posed the questions:

If you could change one thing about the current UK pensions landscape, what would it be and why?

Within the confines of the existing system, if you could make just one operational change or tweak, what would it be?

Read on to see what they had to say...

My Robin Hood manifesto for UK pensions by Paul Cuff

Pensions strategy, not party politics by Damian Sivajoti
Redefining the meaning of workplace pensions by Stephen Budge
  • "Workplace pensions should now be seen as a form of long-term savings."
Actuarial valuations: a 3-year long red herring by Paul Cuff
  • "I believe the concept of triennial actuarial valuations is outdated and should be scrapped."
The double-edged sword of increased flexibility by Stephen Budge
  • "The new flexibility brought in by the Budget means even more pressure on members to make the right decisions.

This article represents the views of the author only, and does not necessarily represent the views or professional advice of KPMG in the UK.

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