DC Pensions Update | May 2017

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  • 05 mins 39 secs

With the election campaign firmly underway we look at the options available to the parties and the political dangers of dropping the commitment to the triple-lock state pension. There is also an update on how The Pensions Regulator is trying to support new businesses and an interview with Catherine Doyle, head of defined contribution UK at Newton.

PLSA pensions priorities for party manifestoes (May 2017)

Centre for policy studies (April 2017)/a>

Registration link for Ros Altmann event

Ros Altman election manifesto

TPR – online tools for new business and their advisers

TPR – fines

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Atlas’ core belief is that no member should be surprised by their outcome, giving people control of their financial future. It gives them the reassurance that their best interests, and hard-earned money, are being proactively looked after by a board of independent trustees.

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With four decades of investment experience, Newton is one of the UK’s most prominent active managers of DC pension investments. We work closely with schemes and specialist DC consultants to ensure we fully understand the outcomes that members are looking for and are positioned to offer solutions that are tailored to meet these requirements.

We use bottom-up security selection tied with a thematic framework in seeking to meet the long-term investment objectives of our DC clients, and we embed environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations in our analysis of investment opportunities and risks.