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Setting the scene

The world is in a very different place to when the Old Age Pensions Bill was launched in 1908. Not only are people living longer, but DC is now the norm – triggering a clear and steady shift in responsibility for saving, with individuals now bearing the brunt of the risk.

Not everyone is an investment expert. If we are to help minimise the chances of people sleepwalking into poor outcomes in retirement, then they’re going to need more support.

Press play to hear what Jon Parker, our Head of DC and Financial Wellbeing, has to say, and read our publication to lift the lid on the future of retirement income.


What to expect?

Bringing together leading experts from across the pensions industry, our publication kick-starts the vital debate on the future of retirement income.

Our expert contributors discuss six key areas:

  • Member communications – Quietroom
  • Investments from an asset manager’s perspective – Capital Group
  • Regulation – Sackers
  • Advice and guidance – The Lang Cat
  • Product innovation – Retirement Line
  • Technology – Moneyhub

Want to get involved?

In launching this publication, we hope to inspire others from across the industry to join the conversation so we can begin driving forward practical, achievable solutions to support members in their decision-making and ultimately secure themselves a sustainable income in later life.

So please read the publication, take part in the polls, check out the data visualisation and join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #FutureOfRetirementIncome or #FORI.


Check out our longevity data visualisation

Using underlying data from the Office for National Statistics, this graphic shows how life expectancy projections have changed for people reaching age 57 each year from 1841 to 2070. The drastic change over the last 100 years highlights the issues individuals are now facing in managing the financial implications around work and retirement.

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Key contacts

If you would like to speak to a member of the team, please contact:

Jonathan Parker

Jonathan Parker

Head of DC & Financial Wellbeing

I am the lead advisor for institutional clients and assist in-house functions of pension schemes with the delivery of consultancy services.

Russell Wright

Russell Wright

Senior Vice President

I’m passionate about helping to make people financially secure through improving member engagement, ensuring good scheme governance, and helping providers improve their propositions.

Maggie Kearney

Maggie Kearney


My role at Redington is working with clients who have any sort of DC arrangement to make sure it is best in class and provides good member outcomes.

Paul Enderby

Paul Enderby

Senior Vice President

I have nearly 32 years' pension experience and have specialised in DC for the last 25. Joining the DC Team at Redington after so many years at big firms has been a delightful change.

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