The CBI works to create a favourable business and regulatory environment for companies to provide pensions
What we do
Whether it is about managing defined benefit costs or cutting the red tape for complying with auto-enrolment, we aim to ensure the business voice is at the heart of the heart of the UK and EU pensions debate.
The future of occupational pensions is partly dependent on the success of a number of ongoing government and European Union reforms. Auto-enrolment, the move to a single-tier State Pension regime and the European debate on the potential imposition of a Solvency II-style funding regime on pensions are all areas in which the CBI is playing a leading role representing business interests both in Whitehall and Brussels.
News and publications
CBI comments on Queen's Speech
'Business needs delivery on the ground not time-consuming new bills that will have little or no impact before 2015'
Businesses want “clear step change” in Pensions Regulator’s behaviour - CBI
The CBI today commented on the publication of the Pensions Regulator’s Annual funding statement
No need for single workplace pensions regulator - CBI
The CBI today commented on the Work and Pensions Select Committee’s report on improving governance and best practice in workplace pensions
CBI comments on automatic transfer system for small pension pots
The CBI today commented on the publication of the DWP’s proposals for an automatic transfer system for small pension pots
CBI comments on EIOPA impact study on EC pensions proposals
The CBI today commented on the preliminary findings of an impact study by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) on the cost of applying a Solvency II-type funding regime on EU pensions
CBI – state pension reforms will bring 'clarity and certainty' to retirement saving
CBI backs state pension reforms - saying they will bring "real clarity and certainty" to saving for old age.
CBI comments on pension regulator's consultation on DC governance
The CBI commented on the launch of a consultation by the Pension Regulator on defined contribution (DC) pension governance
EU pension changes would slash jobs and growth - CBI
Proposed EU pension changes would force £350 billion (€440 billion) of extra costs on UK businesses, hit long-term growth by a potential 2.5%, slash 180,000 jobs and cut the value of pensions, according to a new independent analysis commissioned by the CBI.
Autumn Statement 2012: CBI full reaction
Chancellor has stuck to his guns on deficit reduction, says CBI director-general in Autumn Statement response
Autumn Statement 2012: Key areas for the CBI
Where the CBI has made recommendations to Chancellor George Osborne for the Autumn Statement