PLSA opens DB master trust self-certification regime

Trade body says regime will act as starting point to boost awareness of master trusts

James Phillips
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PLSA deputy director of policy Joe Dabrowski
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PLSA deputy director of policy Joe Dabrowski

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has launched a self-certification regime for defined benefit (DB) master trusts.

The template-based programme will see operators of such funds to provide information on their structure and how they run, acting as a starting point for trustees considering the model. Drawn up ...

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