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Master Trust Working Group: Governance as a driver of member outcomes
15 October 2020

Master Trust Working Group: Governance as a driver of member outcomes

Dramatic expansions in the DC master trust market mean that more employers must choose between different master trusts. There are variances between the trusts available and employers may favour particular providers whose services they already use for administration or investment.

PMI Master Trust Working Group (governance stream) have published a thought leadership report on the link between good governance and strong member outcomes for DC master trusts. The report is aimed at employers, advisers who support employers in selecting master trusts, and everyone involved in running master trusts (trustees and in-house teams). You can click the button below to download the report.

The report shows that it is important for employers to focus on governance standards. It provides five practical case studies, and a checklist to help employers and their advisers in making governance distinctions between master trusts.

We hope the report is useful – if you have any feedback on the areas covered please contact us on info@pensions-pmi.org.uk.

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