PLSA: Digital working must remain post-Covid

Hope William-Smith
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The benefits that working digitally has brought to the pensions industry are vital for its continued progression, says Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) chief executive Julian Mund.

In a speech this morning (9 March) to mark the start of the PLSA's annual Investment Conference, Mund acknowledged the "testing 12 months" the industry has faced in adapting from face-to-face event...

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