Next steps for DB master trusts

James Phillips
Accreditation will be voluntary

Accreditation will be voluntary

The government has set out initial thoughts on the criteria for DB master trusts to be accredited. James Phillips looks at the details

Master trusts are increasingly under the spotlight to demonstrate excellence in governance and security of members' savings but this has largely been focused on the defined contribution (DC) market...

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