Still surging: Income drawdown survey 2017

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Still surging: Income drawdown survey 2017

More than two years on from pensions freedoms, and the new lease of life the reforms have given to income drawdown is no longer quite so eye-opening. Retirees’ shift away from annuities towards the flexibility offered by drawdown products is well-established, as is advisers’ resultant need to confront a different set of challenges.

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  1. Ms Bylth describes what as a key risk for consumers?

  2. According to mr Tinsley-Jones, GAD yields have now dropped down to what?

  3. Which provider has seen non-advised clients jump from 17 per cent to 34 per cent?

  4. Mr Graves says what percentage of his firm's customers have used drawdown purely to access their pension commencement lump sum?

  5. In reference to table 3, the article states that the most obvious shift compared with 2016 is the significant rise in the proportion of clients taking what action?

  6. Mr Tinsley-Jones states that the odds are increasingly stacked against what?

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