Could a DB master trust be the solution for you?
Brian Denyer and Leigh Sanderson discuss the key benefits of a DB master trust.
The value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up and an investor may get back less than the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future results.
We believe that our defined benefit pensions master trust is the first to be launched by an asset manager in conjunction with an independent pensions consultancy.
This collaboration with XPS Pensions Group can bring better outcomes for both members and employers, helping your scheme achieve its goals.
Read on to find out how.
Your scheme will be managed by professional trustees and other service professionals, taking away the day-to-day hassle of managing this obligation.
Our efficient investment governance model will help you navigate through volatile markets and meet your long-term objectives.
Access to a range of investment solutions, with a funding approach that reflects these underlying investments, can improve your control of cash funding costs.
We pass on synergies and economies of scale to the end client in the form of low fixed running costs.
Our size and relationships with insurers and broader network, means we can offer a more competitive and smoother buyout process potentially resulting in accelerated risk transfer at a lower cost.
Members are provided with an award-winning pension administration service from XPS, including online servicing, and free financial education from abrdn.
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