Pension fund risk management [15]

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Bullet points include: Do pensions ‘compete’ in a meaningful sense with insurance (or with other means of saving) Were pension scheme sponsors originally aiming to provide a level of security similar to that provided by insurers when the schemes were set up? Would members now expect their pensions to possess a similar level of security to equivalent insurance products, if members understood the issues? And if this has changed from position at outset why has it changed and when did the change occur? What might be the costs and wider implications of any cross-industry harmonisation?

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