Aviva has announced that its Master Trust has received authorisation from the Pension Regulator (TPR).
Aviva’s entirely independent Master Trust board has a range of industry expertise, including investment design and performance, clear communications, efficient administration and value for money.
Aviva Master Trust has previously been awarded Master Trust Quality Assurance by TPR. It also holds the Pension Quality Mark Ready accreditation.
Aviva Master Trust has grown significantly and currently manages over £2.5bn of assets for over 200,000 members.
“I’m delighted that Aviva Master Trust has received authorisation from the regulator. Our proposition is one of the strongest in the market and authorisation shows it is a quality pension scheme in terms of governance, operational effectiveness and financial security.
“It now means that our existing clients, and those considering using Aviva for their workplace pension, can be confident that our Master Trust complies with the highest standards.”
Colin Richardson, Chair of Trustees for Aviva Master Trust, said:
“This is a fantastic day for Aviva Master Trust. Myself and my fellow trustees have always been confident of the quality of the master trust, but authorisation from TPR is vital.
“I’m looking forward to continuing to work with Aviva to develop the Master Trust and deliver value for money for our members.”
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