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Corporations strive to strike a balance between accumulating capital and the resources to pay for retirement benefits. A strategic investment in the right benefit mix can give your organisation the financial edge it needs to recruit and retain the best talent, while helping your employees build the savings they need to retire when it’s time.

Willis Towers Watson combines expertise in retirement and investment consulting to help organisations develop retirement programmes that meet their workforce needs. We partner with clients around the globe to determine the best approaches to design, funding, governance, administration and communication.

We are the leading provider of actuarial services to today’s global organisations, providing services to more of the world’s top 300 pension funds than any other company. We serve 75% of the Fortune 500 and are the actuary to 40 of the 100 largest corporate pension funds in the UK.

  • Brexit - The potential impact on pensions

    Brexit - The potential impact on pensions

    Following the result of the UK's referendum on EU membership, here you can find Willis Towers Watson's intellectual capital relating to the impact of Brexit on UK pensions and retirement schemes.

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  • De-risking report 2017

    Key themes in the longevity hedging and bulk annuity market

    The Willis Towers Watson 2017 de-risking report provides a look back at the longevity hedging and bulk annuity markets in 2016 as well as giving our insights into what 2017 may hold in store.
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  • When the going gets tough: Protecting workplace pensions

    When the going gets tough: Protecting workplace pensions – TPR Future – a review of the way we work

    This article explores the recent tPR Future update on Protecting workplace pensions, published in July 2017.

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  • The savings psyche of the UK

    The savings psyche of the UK

    This report investigates how UK employees think about savings, the decisions they make (or don’t), challenges associated with employee pension contribution schemes and what might be done to solve them.
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