Defaqto names Royal London as advisers' preferred pension provider

Aviva and Pru also favoured

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“There is still work for providers to do in some of the service categories when it comes to bridging the gaps between service and expectations" - Defaqto's David Cartwright
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“There is still work for providers to do in some of the service categories when it comes to bridging the gaps between service and expectations" - Defaqto's David Cartwright

Royal London has emerged as the preferred provider among financial advisers in Defaqto's annual review of the service delivered by pension providers.

The survey, which canvassed 485 advisers from June to September in 2018, measured how satisfied advisers were with their pension providers. A total 19 providers received sufficient nominations as preferred...

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