From October 2018, multi-employer Master Trust pension arrangements will face tighter authorisation and supervision than ever before.
That’s because from then on new and existing Master Trusts will have to prove to The Pensions Regulator (tPR) that they meet five criteria to be granted authorisation to operate.
Those trusts that don’t meet the criteria will be required to wind up and transfer their members to another scheme.
Now tighter regulations can have either a positive impact on growth or a negative one. In this case, it’s expected to have a positive effect on the growth of the Master Trust market and its clients, even if it means the demise of some existing trusts.
Change, in this case, will be good. The changes Evolve Pensions have undertaken recently will be of benefit to its clients too, according to Alice Moloney, Evolve Pensions’ Head of Marketing and Communications.
As Alice explains in this video, the launch of Evolve Pensions has allowed it to separate the company from the many products and services it provides.
She reveals more of the benefits you can expect from Evolve in this short video.
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