Personal accounts boosting GPP interest

York, Nicola
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p5
The article discusses the statement made by Richard Jacobs, director at Richard Jacobs Pension & Trustee Services Ltd., which states that he has seen a significant growth in enquiries related to group personal pension schemes in Great Britain. It mentions that the rise is fueled by the increasing awareness of people about personal accounts. It affirms that other reason is the fact that employers would want to provide better benefits to their staff.


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