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SEI announces acquisition of Atlas Master Trust from Capita
In October 2021, SEI announced the acquisition of Atlas, Capita’s defined contribution (DC) master trust. Subject to regulatory approval, the deal extends a successful, long-term strategic partnership between SEI and Capita and positions the SEI Master Trust to continue delivering best-of-breed service at scale.
Our goal mirrors yours – to improve retirement outcomes for your members.
Governance you can trust from a master trust specialist, with an independent Trustee Board that delivers:
- A technology led approach with great personal service
- Multi-channel member communications
- Open banking app, putting members in touch with all of their money when they want
- Investment and default funds designed to deliver better outcomes
- High quality administration
- Economies of scale which help to reduce investment fees and administrative and legal costs
- A multi-asset diversified portfolio that invests in a selection of today’s world-class managers
- The option of a fully-developed, cost-efficient solution for employers looking to meet their auto-enrolment requirements
We believe in looking after your members brilliantly, up to and through retirement
Our Master Trust exemplifies our heritage of experience, scale and quality:
- 15 years providing a UK Master Trust Solution
- Master Trust Assurance since 2015
- Over £2bn assets under management in the SEI Master Trust*
- Over £65bn institutional assets under management globally*
*As at 30 June 2022
Strong governance, limited burden
We have over a decade of experience in Master Trust. Find out how you can enjoy the economies of scale that result from pooling members’ assets from multiple schemes and spreading the legal, administrative and accounting costs.
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