This highly informative event will arm you with the knowledge to:
1)Understand how master trusts can help you outsource compliance and governance issues
The DC landscape has changed beyond recognition over the past 18 months – pension freedoms came into force in April 2015; a charge cap on default funds is now in force; governance standards are increasing; and the regulator is revising its DC code of practice.
Added to this, the government is considering whether it should overhaul tax relief – something which could cause significant complexities for trust-based DC schemes.
2) Reduce scheme costs and deliver cost certainty
If you want to assess whether switching to a master trust can help reduce scheme costs and deliver cost certainty, then come to this briefing! We have three leading master trust providers on hand to give their insights and presentations and talk about the practical implications of a switch to a master trust.
3) Improve outcome for members
Value for money has become a mantra for employers running DC schemes but putting an appropriate investment strategy in place can often be easier said than done.
4) Delivering better at retirement support for members
Pension freedoms came into force in April last year – giving scheme members a huge amount of additional choice in the way they use their pension pot.
Yet, guiding members to help them make the best choice and deciding what options to offer at retirement can be costly and complex.
Join Professional Pensions at our specialised breakfast meeting on Tuesday, 15 March to understand the key reasons why employers and trustees should consider switching from a single-employer DC trust to a master trust arrangement.
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