NEST case study

Navigating Defaults - understanding the re-enrolment landscape

Published by : NEST

Auto-enrolment was introduced in 2012; pension freedoms came into force in April 2015; a charge cap on default funds is now in force; and DC schemes are complying with ever more rigorous governance standards. In addition to this, there is the ongoing rollout of auto-enrolment and an ever-increasing focus on DC default funds.

But, while much has changed over the past five years, there is still further to go to ensure that DC plan members are getting true value for money from their DC scheme.

In this NEST-sponsored eBook, we review the auto-enrolment landscape and discuss NEST's investment approach as a leading DC scheme, including how they are introducing innovation to the marketplace.

We hope you find our supplement both useful and thought-provoking.

Published:25 May 2017

Business Area: Pensions

Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)

Rating: 1 people found this useful


Not registered?

Register with Financial Library for access to market intelligence, data and reports from leading experts.

Sign up here