Artikler tagget med DEFINED CONTRIBUTION

Annual DC Pension Statements and the Communications Challenge

Annual DC Pension Statements and the Communications Challenge

fredag, 14 november 2014
  • This paper examines and evaluates the content and design of the annual pension statement sent to members of funded defined contribution (DC) pension schemes in a selection of OECD and non-OECD countries.

DC savers' needs under the new pension flexibilities

DC savers' needs under the new pension flexibilities

onsdag, 05 november 2014
  • At Budget 2014, the Chancellor announced that all restrictions on how individuals aged 55 and over can access their pensions will be lifted from April 2015 onwards. This briefing note provides an overview of findings from research, conducted on behalf of AllianceBernstein by Opinium research, with Defined Contribution savers around their needs under the new pension flexibilities.

Communicating Pension Risk to DC Plan Members The Chilean Case of a Pension Risk Simulator

Communicating Pension Risk to DC Plan Members The Chilean Case of a Pension Risk Simulator

onsdag, 22 oktober 2014
  • The purpose of this paper is to discuss a few issues related to how best to communicate uncertainty about projections of future pension benefits to members of DC plans.

A reporting standard for DC pension plans

A reporting standard for DC pension plans

onsdag, 24 september 2014
  • Pension regulators stress the need for plan members to receive information allowing them to monitor their future pension wealth and the investment risk they bear.

Freedom and Choice in Pensions: comparing international retirement systems and the role of annuitisation

Freedom and Choice in Pensions: comparing international retirement systems and the role of annuitisation

fredag, 01 august 2014
  • At Budget 2014 the Chancellor announced radical changes to how Defined Contribution (DC) pension savings can be accessed at retirement.This Briefing Note explores how DC savings are accessed in other countries, how this interacts with wider government policy, and what international experience might mean for how DC savings are accessed in future in the UK.