Rachel Vahey: Why pension lifestyle funds are from a bygone era

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Rachel Vahey: Why lifestyle funds in pensions are from a bygone era
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Rachel Vahey: Why lifestyle funds in pensions are from a bygone era

Now most people approach retirement with the intention of entering drawdown rather than purchasing an annuity, writes Rachel Vahey, lifestyle funds that derisk investment portfolios are not appropriate default options for customers...

The non-workplace pension market is a myriad of different types of pensions and different types of customers. With such variety, it is difficult to come up with solutions that will meet all needs. One...

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