Is 12% the new 8%?
A report from interactive investor and LCP, the actuarial consultancy, highlights the dramatic impact that ‘lower for longer’ investment growth rates could have on retirement outcomes and outlines how individuals, pension providers and policymakers should respond.
Download and read the report to find out:
- Why your expectations might be too high
- How growth forecasts on pension statements have come down over time
- What some of the world’s biggest asset managers think stock market growth will look like over the decades to come
- What the impact of this will be for people with defined contribution pensions
- What you can do personally to reduce the impact of lower growth rates on your pension
- What we think providers and the government could do
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