A DCIF report raises concerns about lack of investment choice in master trusts and difficulties in distinguishing between providers. Michael Klimes explores the details
Master trusts have been operating within the constraint of the 0.75% charge cap since April 2015. While the cap keeps a lid on charges for members, driving down costs could also lead to watered-down services....
Our panel discusses how DC investment will develop following AE implementation and the completion of master trust authorisation
The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) is now enabling members of its Defined Contribution Investment Builder master trust to access private markets investments.
The government must take advantage of its majority to push through further reforms to auto-enrolment, says James Phillips.
The general election showed an increasing focus on collective over individual interests. CDC could fit right in, says Hilary Salt.
Collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes will offer members and employers a more satisfactory balance between affordability and security if they can meet both parties’ needs, according to Unbiased.