PPF launches Trustmark badge for panel firms

29 PPF-appointed advisers can now use approved badge to represent expertise

Jasmine Urquhart
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PPF chief executive Oliver Morley: members of schemes in the assessment period should be reassured by Trustmark badge
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PPF chief executive Oliver Morley: members of schemes in the assessment period should be reassured by Trustmark badge

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has launched its ‘Trustmark’ badge intended for specialist panel firms approved to take schemes through the PPF assessment process.

29 ‘panel firms', which comprise six PPF expert panels, are now able to use the badge which signifies expertise and high levels of service in taking schemes through the assessment period. The pa...

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