USS signposts members to LifeSight for drawdown

Becomes the first master trust to appoint another master trust for member services

Hope William-Smith
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USS members access will have access to their benefits via drawdown directly to a LifeSight account
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USS members access will have access to their benefits via drawdown directly to a LifeSight account

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) has become what is believed to be the first master trust to appoint another master trust to carry out member services, signposting its savers to LifeSight for drawdown provision.

LifeSight - the Willis Towers Watson master trust - is a defined contribution multi-employer trust. The £82bn defined benefit USS scheme, which is also classified as a master trust, will use LifeSight...

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