85% of B&CE stakeholder plans are shell schemes

Boles, Corey
October 2002
Money Marketing;10/31/2002, p3
Reports that Great Britain-based B&CE, which claims to be the biggest stakeholder pension provider, has revealed that 85% of its plans are effectively shell schemes. Plans to introduce a 'negative opt-out clause' on its schemes from February 2003.


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