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CDC ship has sailed for many employers

Jonathan Wileman

Collective defined contribution's aim of providing a wage for life is laudable, writes Bravura Solutions' Jonathan Wileman, but with the shift to DC already underway and savers keen on freedoms, its moment may have passed.

Default pathways strengthen freedom and choice, not weaken it

Nigel Peaple

Members should always be encouraged to make an active choice about their retirement income, but we know not everyone will. Government should therefore provide clear principles to govern the creation of good-value defaults, says the Pension and Lifetime Savings Association's Nigel Peaple.

Trustee negotiation need not always result in a winner and a loser

Edward Levy

Edward Levy at Law Debenture Pension Trustees explains how to ensure effective trustee negotiation.

A frugal retirement

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Editorial: One of the biggest concerns following the 2015 introduction of pension freedoms has been the potential for people to blow their savings too early and run out of money.

Time gap to stop fiduciary flipping looks CMA’s best bet

Roger Brown

That the Competition and Markets Authority has found evidence that most pension schemes look to their existing consultant when appointing fiduciary managers will surprise few, writes IC Select’s Roger Brown, but only one of the watchdog’s four remedies has the potential to change the industry for the better.

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