Master trust defaults retain post-lockdown growth

The report looked at the growth, consolidation and pre-retirement stages of saving

Holly Roach
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Funds have retained the growth experienced in early 2021
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Funds have retained the growth experienced in early 2021

Defined contribution (DC) master trust default funds have held on to post-lockdown growth, according to research by Hymans Robertson.

The consultant's report on master trust default funds today (9 December) revealed the funds have retained the growth experienced in early 2021 following the crashing low funds experienced at the st...

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