PPF publishes three-year plan to manage volatility and boost member satisfaction

'Setting out longer-term view'

James Phillips
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PPF chief Oliver Morley: I want members to breathe a sigh of relief that they’ve come to a safe harbour
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PPF chief Oliver Morley: I want members to breathe a sigh of relief that they’ve come to a safe harbour

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published its first three-year strategic plan in a bid to provide more thematic and transparent thinking about its longer-term thinking.

The plan, issued on Tuesday, outlined five key areas of focus for the lifeboat fund over the three years to 2022: sustainable funding in volatile times; built for innovation; brilliant service for members...

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