Hutton report: the future of public sector pensions and the likely impact on the private sector

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This briefing details the main findings of the Independent Public Service Pensions Commission and the likely impact for private sector employers contracting with public sector bodies.

The final report of the Independent Public Service Pensions Commission, or the Hutton Review as it is more often referred to, was published this morning. The review aims to demonstrate how "it is possible for public service employees to continue to have access for the foreseeable future to good quality, sustainable and fairer defined benefit pension schemes" whilst, at the same time, reducing the cost to the taxpayer.

We have produced a briefing detailing the main findings of the Hutton report, predicting how public sector pensions might be reformed, and analysing the likely impact for private sector employers contracting with public sector bodies.

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