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The People’s Pension awarded top 5 Star Rating by Defaqto

B&CE is very proud to announce that independent financial researcher, Defaqto, has given The People’s Pension a top 5 Star … Read More

Broad coalition of industry insiders call for Independent Retirement Savings Commission

A new report from The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has made calls for greater long-term policy planning and … Read More


Survey finds three in five people don’t know how much they have in their pension savings

The survey for B&CE, provider of The People’s Pension, also found that: a quarter of working age people with a pension … Read More

B&CE responds to consultation on DB to DC transfers

We have responded to the Pensions Regulator’s consultation on transfers from defined benefit (DB) pension schemes into defined contribution (DC) schemes. These … Read More


Darren Philp: Pension Wise critical in tackling pension scams

Darren Philp, Director of Policy and Market Engagement at The People’s Pension, has discussed the role of Pension Wise in … Read More

The People’s Pension reacts to Select Committee report

The People’s Pension has supported the main findings of a report into workplace pensions reform by the Work and Pensions … Read More


The People’s Pension reacts to The Pensions Regulator’s signposting U-turn

The Pensions Regulator has announced that it will not be providing employers with a list of pension schemes online to … Read More

The People’s Pension responds to the government on pension charges

We would like the Government to mandate a single charging structure
for pensions so that charges are genuinely comparable across different products.


B&CE supports FCA’s proposed Pensions Dashboard

We welcome the findings of the consultation, especially the proposal
for a Pensions Dashboard which we believe is a much-needed
innovation in the pensions market.

Patrick Heath-Lay discusses defaults at retirement

Patrick said that whilst schemes would need to ask people what they want to do, they would also have to pick a centralised route with an element of risk removed.