The Treasury will invite key industry figures to two workshops during the next fortnight to discuss the possible linking of liquid savings and pensions.
The workshops which will examine the 'feeder funds' model - which allows ISA savings to be fed into pensions - and saving through the workplace as aids to boosting retirement pots.
Treasury ministers have pledged to investigate ways in which long term savings can be made more flexible in the hope it will to encourage more people to save.
In April, when the Treasury rejected any form of early access to pensions, Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban said the government would work with the industry to develop workplace saving.
Last year, George Ladd, director of the Fair Investment Company, called for a link between pensions and ISAs, claiming people find the ISA brand very attractive.
However, London & Colonial director Ken Wrench warned in August 2010 any link between ISAs and pensions which allowed pension funds to be withdrawn early would defeat the object of saving altogether.
In an email seen by IFAOnline, the Treasury said it is also keen to discuss ways in which the government can support market innovation in employee savings as well as financial advice and protection products.
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