The British Dental Association, the UK's professional body for dentists, has picked Scottish Wido...
The British Dental Association, the UK's professional body for dentists, has picked Scottish Widows as its stakeholder pensions provider.
The Scottish Widows stakeholder will be available to approximately 11,000 member firms, making the product available to some 35,000 people throughout the country.
Scottish Widows spokesman Mark Wareing said: "We are delighted that following a thorough examination of the stakeholder market, the BDA has appointed Scottish Widows as their stakeholder pension provider.
"Scottish Widows is committed to providing a first-class service for BDA members both in terms of delivering a quality administration package as well as providing access to a comprehensive range of investment funds all within the constraints of the single annual management charge."
Ian Wylie, head of the British Dental Association said: "We believe that the bespoke BDA stakeholder plan from Scottish Widows will offer our members and their staff access to a low-cost, flexible pension product with a transparent charging structure. In addition, we are pleased to have secured such a quality brand and one that will also provide the support and guidance necessary for our members."
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