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The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has launched a new campaign urging younger workers to “Love Your Pension”, as part of the industry’s commitment to auto-enrolment.
A record number of people have enrolled into occupational pension schemes, according to new data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Pensions campaigner and former Pensions Minister Baroness Ros Altman is to become chair of pensionsync, a pension fintech business.
Research by Aegon has revealed that 64% of people had multiple pensions.
An expert has expressed scepticism over whether a planned rise in auto-enrolment contributions will actually take place in April 2019.
A new guide to reviewing workplace pensions has been launched by Defaqto.

Savers could be in line for a pension pot boost of as much as 30% this year with further rises on the way, new analysis by Aviva has shown.

The DWP has announced it will look to plug the gaps in automatic enrolment to help those with multiple low-income jobs.
Fines worth up to £10,000 per day for auto-enrolment failures increased rapidly between January and March, with 96 being issued.
A giant fluffy multi-coloured monster’s ability to stop employers ignoring the workplace pension via a TV campaign has been called into doubt at a Pensions Regulator board meeting.
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