Two master trusts recently announced they have completed the second stage of the master trust assurance framework. Michael Klimes examines the significance of this in light of the increasing focus on governance of providers
At a glance SEI Master Trust and People’s Pension have boosted their governance They reached the second stage of the master trust assurance framework There are hopes standards are starting...
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