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Potential negative returns and uncertainty concern UK pensions industry in the event of BREXIT

According to new EU Referendum research from mallowstreet, the biggest concern for the UK pension industry is that a ‘leave’ vote would cause negative portfolio returns and result in a prolonged period of uncertainty. This latest survey from mallowstreet, the platform bringing the institutional pensions industry together to help solve the pensions and savings crisis, was conducted towards the end of May with a diverse group of pension professionals from its 3,000-strong community of key stakeholders. With two weeks to go until the Referendum on the 23rd June, these survey results underline how this concern over potential market events is playing out.

Pensions World: POLITICAL STAGE Off the hook?

Yachts, lifeboats and rowing back: all to be expected from investigations into BHS pension deficits, reports Ceri Jones … Industry unclear on Brexit case. Recent research by Mallowstreet reveals that not one bank or asset manager will vote for Brexit, but also suggests a real lack of understanding around the arguments for and against staying in the EU.

Pensions Age: 60% of the pensions industry will vote to stay in EU

Three in five trustees, pension providers and consultants intend on voting to stay in the EU during the EU Referendum in June, new research has found.

Professional Pensions: Pensions industry set to vote to stay in EU

Three out of five pension experts will vote to remain in Europe as the 23 June referendum looms, according to research by Mallowstreet.

Institutional Asset Manager: UK pensions industry backing remain vote in EU referendum

Three in five (61 per cent) of UK pensions industry solutions providers, trustees and consultants are planning to vote to remain in the EU on the 23 June.

Press Release: Pensions industry signals 'YES to Bremain' for cliff edge EU Referendum vote, reveals mallowstreet research

mallowstreet survey reveals that 3 out of 5 respondents will vote to stay in the EU