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The death of pensions? Should the industry be re-branding the P-word to be more about savings rather than pensions?

When people start saving into a pension they essentially obtain a pay rise. Not only will the Government top up a pension pot by providing...

Are we in the midst of a pension revolution?

The Government’s recent pension reforms bring about a quiet revolution in how working people save, access, manage, and use their pensions. The new rules state...

How pension provision can secure new talent and help retain staff

  The quality and extent of pension provision has always been an important factor for British workers when choosing a new role and organisation. And...

LifeSight demonstrates governance quality through PQM accreditation

Towers Watson’s new master trust, LifeSight, is awarded PQM READY accreditation – underlining its leadership as only one of eleven schemes to gain the prestigious...

UK employers failing to enable staff to use new drawdown flexibilities

Towers Watson publishes new research that shows the huge employee demand for pension drawdown is not being met and calls upon industry to develop best...

Willis Towers Watson appoints PwC as auditor for its UK DC master trust, LifeSight

LONDON – 17 June, 2015 – Wilis Towers Watson has appointed PwC as auditor for LifeSight, its UK DC master trust. This appointment takes effect...

To drawdown or not to drawdown?

The latest pension reforms have introduced greater freedom, flexibility and choice for people that want to tap into their pension savings when they reach 55....

Pension reform

The Government’s new pension reforms are already driving many of the UK’s leading organisations to review the pension schemes they offer to staff. Larger organisations...