The government has recently announced its intention to enable the introduction of Collective Pensions in Britain. Over the past four years, the RSA has researched the advantages and pitfalls of Collective Pensions. It has ...
Collective pensions provide a safer more predictable income in retirement. This report evaluates the performance of collective pensions and recommends they should become the standard in the UK.
Purchasers of personal pensions are being misled about the level of hidden costs and charges, the RSA's year-long investigation into the pensions industry has found.
This report looks at how collective pensions are so much more effective than individual provision.
What would a "best practice" pension for the UK look like? It is not the low cost, trustworthy system which savers justly demand.
Investor disengagement exacerbated the recent financial crisis. How can ordinary savers connect better with the company they have invested in through their pensions or savings?
Millions of Britons face poverty in old age unless the Government changes the way in which it introduces personal accounts.
Sir John Banham blames the poor performance of the UK fund management industry on Britons’ propensity for risk avoidance and ‘little Englander’ attitudes.
Would both business and society would benefit from greater citizen engagement? Tomorrow’s Investor looks at investor accountability from the perspective of ordinary citizens.