Master trust authorisation: Exiteers v remainers

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Late March marks the deadline for master trust authorisation. But how will the new regulatory regime affect those that are remaining in the market and those that decide to exit? Matt Dodds looks at the details.

Remainers There will be fewer master trusts in the market, but those that remain will hopefully be more robust. Raising standards in schemes looking after millions of new savers can only be a go...

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