Salvus Master Trust is to launch a member app on both the iOS and Android platforms in a bid to enhance engagement.
National head of sales Bill Finch said: "Member education and access to information is key to good member outcomes, and by using the app members will be able to transact transfers via Origo far more easily."
Salvus founder Steve Goddard said the master trust was aiming to launch the app in the first quarter of 2019.
He added: "This will help provide members even more information and will assist in developing future dashboard access which is now starting to gather momentum."
Salvus said it was applying for master trust authorisation and now has over 60,000 members and around £150m in funds under management.
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