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Looking for the silver lining
13 November 2020

Looking for the silver lining

A question that we see regularly in the pensions press is what pensions policy or legislation the industry would like to see over the coming 12 months? The answers are always varied – we all have our own shopping lists – but there are always more ‘wants’ than parliament or regulators have the time or inclination to deliver on.

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