The NAPF has published a plan to introduce a “Good Pension Mark” which will help employees, by indicating the quality of pension on offer. Joanne Segars, the chief executive of the NAPF, said: “The Good Pension Mark offers a simple, impartial and effective benchmark against which employees can make informed choices in retirement saving. It would also enable employers with good - high contribution - pension plans to highlight the fact, with the recruitment and retention benefits that follow. I am pleased that the Government has already signalled its support for the proposal.” All pension arrangements, occupational and personal, would be eligible to apply. This publication is written as a general guide only. It is not intended to contain definitive legal advice which should be sought as appropriate in relation to a particular matter.