PTL: Government focus on cost transparency will shift to DB

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Government and regulatory focus on costs and charges will shift to defined benefit (DB) schemes over the coming years, PTL has predicted.

The current spotlight on fees faced by defined contribution (DC) savers is largely the result of the government's drive to get more people saving, as well as trustees' duties to ensure members are ...

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