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Clear measurable objectives are needed in the fight for better DC outcomes
11 September 2020

Clear measurable objectives are needed in the fight for better DC outcomes

Insight Partner

Pensions adequacy for Defined Contribution (DC) members saving for retirement continues to be a major issue despite industry developments in recent years. A Master Trust is often seen as a simple, all-in-one solution to DC pension provision, with scale and independent governance seen as key to delivering a better outcome for members. However, choosing the right Master Trust is hard, not only due to subtle differences between them, but largely as delayed gratification makes it unclear whether the ’right’ choice has been made until members retire.

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Niall Alexander
Niall Alexander
River and Mercantile Solutions
Head of DC

Senior Pensions Administrator

Salary: £40000 pa

Location: London (City), (currently home working with long-term remote working an option)

Pensions Covenant Consultant

Salary: £70000 pa

Location: Various office locations around the UK an option alongside home working

Pensions Covenant Senior Associate

Salary: £55000 pa

Location: Various locations across the UK alongside partial home working also an option

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