Standard Life completes £15bn DC asset transition

The firm has invested £15bn in sustainable solutions on behalf of its members

Holly Roach
clock • 1 min read
Standard Life completes £15bn DC asset transition

Standard Life has completed the transition of its defined contribution (DC) assets into sustainable multi-asset solutions.

The provider, part of Phoenix Group, has now invested around £15bn in sustainable solutions for its 1.5 million workplace pension scheme members. The firm has invested in a range of sustainable ...

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