Exclusive: One third of trustees reconsidering pension offering in light of authorisation

Kim Kaveh
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Exclusive: One third of trustees reconsidering pension offering in light of authorisation

Some 36% of trustees and pension directors are reconsidering the way they offer pension benefits in light of master trust authorisation, according to LifeSight.

In a webinar poll of 101 respondents earlier this month, Willis Towers Watson's master trust - the only one to have been authorised by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) so far - also found 98% said the ...

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