Date: 22nd August 2018

Last week, IPE (Investment & Pensions Europe) published an article on the variety of responses to the EU’s proposed pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP). In a response to BETTER FINANCE’s calls for policy makers writing the PEPP rulebook to include protection against inflation in real terms, both the Committee for Internal Market and Consumer Protection and the European Parliament’s Employment Committee have called for inflation protection in the PEPP. In addition, IPE also cited BETTER FINANCE’s position that there should be an overall fee cap of 1% for the default life-cycle option for the PEPP.

Read the full article here.