NOW: Pensions withdraws from TPR's master trust list

Due to 'historic issues'

Tom Ellis
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Morten Nillson: "We are confident that this work will be completed shortly."
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Morten Nillson: "We are confident that this work will be completed shortly."

NOW: Pensions has chosen to withdraw itself from the master trust assurance list of providers for auto-enrolment due to "historic issues".

The master trust said issues with delays in processing contributions for a "small percentage of clients" spurred the decision and were largely down to a change of third party administrator. NOW:...

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