B&CE launches 'People's Pension' with 0.5% charge across the board

December 2011
Corporate Adviser;Dec2011, p3
The article informs that a multi-employer super trust called The People's Pension has been launched by B&CE, the workplace pension provider to the construction industry in Great Britain, with a one-off 0.5 per cent AMC for all members. B&CE has said that People's Pension will offer three risk-based profiles together with a 15-year glide path to retirement and no penalties or fees on transfers.


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