Irish confidence in pensions lagging behind

4th October, 2015
Nigel Aston

Irish retirement savers are less confident of meeting their pension goals than investors in other markets, according to an international retirement survey.

The third annual Global Retirement Monitor from State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), which considers attitudes of retirement savers worldwide, pointed to an overall improvement in confidence among retirement savers.

The survey indicated that Irish savers were now more confident of meeting their retirement goals, and more satisfied with their pension plans. Some 27...

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