Investments costs to become clearer in April as DWP pushes disclosure

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The rules will apply from 6 April
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The rules will apply from 6 April

Defined contribution (DC) schemes will face new duties to disclose investment costs and charges as the government presses ahead with a bid to build a more transparent and trustworthy pensions sector.

From 6 April, trust-based schemes, including master trusts, will be required to publish information to members, beneficiaries, and recognised trade unions for all investment options available to members...

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