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Technology will need to keep up with rapid changes in the pensions world
9 October 2020

Technology will need to keep up with rapid changes in the pensions world

One would be forgiven for not being up-to-date with all the pension changes that have occurred recently, or even over the last decade. State pension age has risen and is continuing to rise; people can now access pension savings freely from age 55 (rising to age 57 from 2028), with only their marginal tax rate to pay; automatic enrolment has brought over 10 million people into workplace pension saving; the Government is applying increasing pressure on schemes to take into account climate change in their investment decisions, and Defined Contribution (DC) schemes have overtaken Defined Benefit (DB) schemes as the main provider of workplace pensions (at least in the sense of active members, though not yet assets under management).

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Daniela Silcock
Daniela Silcock
Head of Policy Research
PPI

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