Published by : NEST
When it comes pensions, humans are a complex group. Some are just starting their careers, some are on the brink of retirement. Finding a approach to suit everyone is complicated and requires a sophisticated solution.
With 90% of auto enrolled workers remaining in the default fund it is clear that there is no need for a one-size-fits all approach. The trick is finding the right default. Learn more about NEST's Retirement Date Funds, which are tailored specifically to a worker's retirement year and features a diverse portfolio of building block funds.
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Published:25 May 2017
Business Area: Auto-enrolment
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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