Opperman: ERI red tape must be removed for master trusts

The government’s response to its consultation on employer-related investments

Hope William-Smith
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Opperman: ERI red tape must be removed for master trusts

Employer-related investments (ERI) will be amended for authorised master trusts with 500 or more active employers, the government has confirmed.

It comes after the industry was asked for feedback on ERI rules in March as part of a four-pronged consultation package relating to defined contribution schemes. ERIs were introduced in the 1990...

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