SALVUS Master Trust has added 16 additional funds to its investment range.
The funds include the Scottish Equitable Ethical Fund, the HSBC Amanah Fund, the M&G Recovery Fund, the LGIM Pre Retirement Fund and the M&G Property Fund.
Goddard Perry, the firm that administers the SALVUS Master Trust, said the changes came in response to feedback from its introducers.
Goddard Perry Group managing director Steve Goddard (pictured above) said: "We have listened to feedback from a number of our SALVUS introducers and we are starting to see increased demand for additional fund choice especially for contractual members".
Goddard added "The additional 16 funds will compliment our core fund offering to give members more choice which is vitally important if they have transferred to SALVUS from another Group PP/Stakeholder."
SALVUS has also relaunched its website, which now provides helpful guides and online access to assessment tools where potential clients can test their data.
Goddard explained: "Now we are entering the world of micro employers for AE many small employers want a straight-forward, easy to use system. We think that with guaranteed acceptance combined with our new online portal SALVUS delivers."
In December 2014 SALVUS also announced the appointment of a new corporate trustee, Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co Trust Corporation.
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