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A popular retirement strategy is to use part of a pot of investible assets (typically from a pension) to provide a guaranteed income, leaving the other part exposed to the market – perhaps to leave a legacy, or to defer deciding how to use the money. This paper looks at how to apply a scientific suitability methodology to this strategy.
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- How applying a behavioural lens to this often overlooked question of retirement drawdown can support improved client outcomes
- The types of clients for whom purchasing a guaranteed income would be most suitable
- What influences the amount of beneficial guaranteed income and how this can be measured in a reliable, robust, and repeatable way
- What, in conjunction with this level of guaranteed income, is the suitable level of risk to take with remaining investible assets