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The latest thinking from Aon’s UK Retirement and Investment teams.
A common theme arising in our survey this year is the greater emphasis being placed on pension outcomes. Download the survey to find out more.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of introspection and a catalyst for change. A range of themes have crystallised, emerging as both challenges and opportunities to be addressed — from climate change and biodiversity loss, to cybersecurity, to socioeconomic and racial inequality.
UK survey findings
The DB pension risk management journey
Our 2021/22 findings shine a spotlight both on the short-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic for pension schemes’ risk priorities, and more crucially on long term trends for schemes.
UK pension schemes are increasingly focused on their ultimate destination — be that self-sufficiency, consolidation or buyout.
Pension Clicks is Aon’s monthly retirement e-newsletter, rounding up recent pensions news and publications.
Aon’s bi-monthly pan-EMEA HR newsletter, with news and insight of interest to human resources professionals.
The threats that cyber incidents pose to pension schemes have gone from unrecognised to unmissable in just a few years. We highlight the extent of cyber controls and governance that trustees have in place.
Provides an insight into the current financial position and pension planning of the UK’s employees. Some of the headline findings may be surprising or even shocking and should not be ignored.
Explore industry views on governance, responsible investment, endgame planning, cost and transparency, and TPR’s DB funding code of practice.
The de-risking market continues to expand and evolve, with innovation and efficiencies increasing the options for schemes of all sizes. Our research explores trustee and employer views on the de-risking routes available.
Legislative changes may allow CDC schemes to operate in the UK shortly. Our paper explores how a typical CDC scheme would have performed in 2020’s turbulent markets and assesses the potential impact on member outcomes.
Our guide is designed to improve understanding of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in pension schemes, both for trustees and for members, and to provide practical examples of how trustees might achieve their D&I goals.