Retirement Policy Committee

To review and respond to proposals and changes which impact the UK Retirement Market, and consumer outcomes

Industry challenge

Covid-19 has provided a new and difficult set of challenges for industry and their underlying consumers. Regulatory change requirements need to be interpreted and implemented accordingly.

Group purpose

The Retirement Policy Committee aims to review and respond to proposals and changes which impact the UK Retirement Market, and consumer outcomes. To also consider the technical challenges in relation to operational procedures and interpreting and responding to regulatory changes in relation to retirement.

Areas of focus

  • Investment Pathways
  • Auto-enrolment
  • Pensions Tax Relief
  • Pensions Dashboard
  • Pension Scams
  • Operational Issues

Participating member firms

A J Bell Securities Limited
abrdn
Aegon UK PLC
Aviva UK Insurance
Barclays Wealth
Baringa Partners LLP
Blackrock Investment Management (UK) Limited
Bravura Solutions
Collegia Partners Limited
Coutts & Co
Defaqto
Delta Financial Systems
Dunstan Thomas Holdings Ltd
Equiniti
Fidelity International
Hargreaves Lansdown

HSBC
L & G plc
LV=
Northern Trust
Nucleus Financial Group Limited
Pershing
Pinsent Masons LLP
Prudential
Quilter PLC
Scottish Widows Plc
Seccl Custody Limited
SS&C
St James’s Place Wealth Management
Syndaxi Chartered Financial Planners
Tenet Group
Virgin Money PLC

Renny Biggins,
Head of Retirement leads on this work at TISA

Chair: Steven Cameron, Aegon

Deputy Chair: Nathan Long, Hargreaves Lansdown

If you are a TISA member, and would like to get involved with the Retirement work, please get in touch

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