Research and analysis

Workplace pension reforms (RR753)

Findings of a qualitative study carried out in 2011 to explore the pension industry's likely response to the workplace pension reforms.

Documents

Workplace pension reforms (RR753): report

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Workplace pension reforms (RR753): summary

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By Andrew Wood, Peggy Young, Dominika Wintersgill and Naomi Crowther

This report presents findings of a qualitative study carried out in 2011 to explore the pension industry’s likely response to the workplace pension reforms. It involved in depth interviews with 20 pension providers and 15 intermediaries. This research was carried out on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) by RS Consulting.

This study was commissioned as part of a programme of research analysis carried out by the DWP to inform estimations of the likely impact of the workplace reforms.