THE Pensions Advisory Service is looking to expand its role to work more closely with trustees and employers, the new chairman had said.
Margaret Snowdon – who takes over after the death of former chairman Graham Wright – said she wants to increase the scope of the organisation. Snowdon said "I am saddened by the premature death of...
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