Inaugural report lays out plans to inform long-term pensions policy

Framework report will consider the implications of savings patterns

Holly Roach
clock • 2 min read

The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has published its first pensions framework, aiming to help support and inform long-term policy making in the UK pensions system.

The 'Trends, Transitions and Trade-offs in the UK Pension System' report - launched today (29 November) - looks at how the system is working to support adequacy, sustainability and fairness in later life, based on analysis from the PPI UK Pensions Framework. The report, in association with Aviva, brings together findings to present a single picture of how the UK pensions system is working for pensioners today and the implications of saving patterns for future pensioners. The PPI revealed how the risks of population ageing to financial sustainability, that once faced government, employ...

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