Sidecar savings could increase workers’ financial wellbeing today, and in retirement,...

NEST Insight has today, 18 September 2017, published a discussion paper, Liquidity and sidecar savings (PDF). The paper sets how, thanks to auto enrolment, millions...

Do life events make savers more open to pension communications?

Lots of savers around the world don’t engage with their pension. This is particularly noticeable amongst those who have been automatically enrolled. The approach’s...

Liquidity and retirement savings: what’s the right balance?

Since we announced the project at our conference last year, we’ve continued to develop our thinking around our ‘sidecar savings’ project. We were fortunate...

Viewpoints – what should we expect from phasing?

The first phased increase of auto enrolment contributions is due in April this year. Drawing upon research from around the globe, Will Sandbrook, executive...

The Aspen and NEST Insight collaboration: a conversation between Ida Rademacher...

The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program (FSP) and NEST Insight are today announcing the Aspen-NEST Insight Transatlantic Collaboration, a partnership dedicated to helping solve...

Retirement challenges to be addressed by new transatlantic partnership between The...

The initiative will identify and learn from parallels between financial security challenges in the US and UK. The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program, based in...

Retirement savings – how much is enough?

How much is enough? NEST Insight is looking for solutions to a central challenge when it comes to retirement savings: how much is enough? If...

Retirement saving and the self-employed

There’s been a welcome renewed focus recently on how to address the lack of long-term saving among those outside of traditional employment: the self-employed,...

Drivers of engagement in pensions

We’re working with Maastricht University to deliver a wide-ranging research programme into the drivers of engagement in pensions. This project is funded by a...