Schemes don't get value for money from paying actuaries more

Stephanie Baxter
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Schemes don't get value for money from paying actuaries more

Pension schemes paying higher actuarial fees are not getting better value for money from their providers, according to KGC's sixth actuarial fee and services survey.

It reveals a huge difference between schemes paying the highest and lowest fees, and that paying more does not necessarily mean they are receiving more services than a scheme paying lower fees. It is...

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