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Pensions Expert: Master Trusts Warn Cost Concerns Overshadowing Investment Quality

November 24, 2020
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A report from the Defined Contribution Investment Forum summarises survey findings from 18 of the UK’s largest master trust providers. The results found that many of them agree that the industry is focused more on cost savings than investment offerings. David Snowdon, DC Master Trust Director, shares his views.

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