Master Trust Association launched to provide single voice on DC governance

March 2013
Corporate Adviser (Online Edition);3/8/2013, p53
The article focuses on the plan of 12 pension providers including Blackrock Inc., Bluesky, and Legal and General group to create the Master Trust Asssociation. It states that the goals of Master Trust Association is to improve standards of governance, to promote benefits of master trusts and to educate the pension community.


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