Leading financial services consultancy Altus publishes a pensions whitepaper as the industry finds itself in its 10th anniversary year since the launch of auto-enrolment.
This new whitepaper from Altus Consulting explores:
- How we got here
- What are the key challenges that remain
- What does the future hold
Altus Life & Pensions Director, Robert Holford, who co-authored the whitepaper, commented: “At their heart Consumer Duty, Value for Money and the Pensions Dashboard are about trying to enhance the outcomes that consumers receive from their pensions. This feels like the industry’s moment to meet head on the challenge posed to us by the introduction of auto-enrolment ten years ago: how to deliver a genuinely consumer-focused mass market pension system that delivers better outcomes for as many people as possible, and not just the best outcomes for the privileged few? In launching the whitepaper Altus is proud to be offering our insights into the practical challenges providers will face in meeting this demand. We also look forward to supporting both the industry and our clients to successfully ‘land’ this mission in the years ahead.”
The Altus whitepaper, Shooting for the moon: A journey towards better retirement outcomes, provides an in-depth analysis into the latest initiatives – Value for Money (VfM) in DC pensions, Pensions Dashboards and the Consumer Duty – in the Regulators’ attempt to deliver a truly mass market pensions system designed to deliver good outcomes for all.
The whitepaper can be downloaded in full here.