Final salary pensions gap worsens

Regulator says £44bn of extra contributions have failed to narrow deficit

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Increases in life expectancy and low interest rates are big problems for pension schemes ©Reuters
A comfortable retirement for millions of European citizens is at risk
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Comfortable retirement for millions of European citizens at risk

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Criticism for ‘short-term’ view of plan for withstanding shocks

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Pension minister urged to focus on charges

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US lobbyists in retirement advice fight

Proposed rule seen as threat to retirement savings industry


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