Standard Life defaults move to sustainable multi-asset

Master trust, Active Plus and Passive Plus funds will have outcomes focused portfolio

James Phillips
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Standard Life defaults move to sustainable multi-asset
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Standard Life defaults move to sustainable multi-asset

Standard Life will embed sustainable multi-asset strategies into its default fund portfolios as part of a plan to target better retirement outcomes.

The provider, part of Phoenix Group, is making a series of changes to its Active Plus and Passive Plus default propositions which target enhanced returns over the long term. This will include ad...

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