Aviva and Aegon win gold in FTRC's annual provider ratings

For workplace pensions and auto-enrolment

Sophie King
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"FTRC has created the ratings to help employers and advisers make the right decisions in choosing the correct pension provider for their members" - FTRC's Jason Green.
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"FTRC has created the ratings to help employers and advisers make the right decisions in choosing the correct pension provider for their members" - FTRC's Jason Green.

Finance and Technology Research Centre (FTRC) has awarded both Aviva and Aegon with gold in its 2019 product and operational ratings for workplace pensions and auto-enrolment.

Both platform giants won gold for product and operational rating categories, as did life insurance and investment giant Royal London and life insurance and pensions provider Scottish Widows. First-timer...

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