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Will the Spring Statement be overshadowed by the DB white paper?

PA Consulting Group financial services expert Nitesh Palana, and pensions expert Mike Teall comment on the Spring Statement that will be released next week.

Nitesh and Mike said the Spring Statement is “unlikely to contain any radical changes to pensions, even though changes are necessary.”

They predict that there will be very little in the Spring Statement that will excite those in the pensions industry, with the Statement predominately focusing on extra money for Brexit and initiative to increase the supply of housing.

Read the full article in Pensions Age

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