Friends admits that it is looking at master trusts

Pow, Helen
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p5
The article reports on the plan of Friends Provident to involve its business on master trusts which serve as a natural extension of their corporate pensions in Great Britain. The firm has finally confirmed its interest in the market and stresses that it is more appropriate to employee benefit consultants than providers. It has also imparted that international experience offers a significant reference in the determination of employee benefits and its development as well.


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