Exclusive: What's keeping pension professionals positive during lockdown?

It’s not all gloom and doom say Buzz respondents…

Hope William-Smith
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Professional Pensions asked its readers to share their views on the most positive aspects of the pensions industry in a Buzz poll conducted earlier this month.

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause economic turmoil, trustees, actuaries, investment managers, sponsors, and consultants tell PP that increased communications and harmonious work has helpe...

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