Interview with the NAPF chairman Lindsay Tomlinson

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NAPF chairman Lindsay Tomlinson speaks to PP senior correspondent Giovanni Legorano about his goals for the organisation given the current situation of the UK pension industry.

He also explained what the UK could learn from the pensions industry abroad and how to overcome potential conflicts of interest which might arise from the wide membership base of the NAPF.  

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