How do you choose between a Group Personal Pension (GPP) or Master Trust?

Many Master Trusts have exited the market, merged or are waiting to hear if their application for authorisation has been successful.

Now might be the time to consider whether a Master Trust or GPP is best for your clients, and we can help you decide.

What does each offer?

Steve Webb’s latest policy paper reviews the merits of both, including:

  • Charges
  • Governance
  • Investment options
  • At-retirement flexibility
  • Tax relief

Debating their benefits

Steve Webb and Ewan Smith, our proposition design and market engagement director, debate the benefits of both GPP and Master Trusts with Corporate Adviser’s John Greenwood.

Steve Webb’s latest policy paper
Employer facing sales aid

Use our sales aid to support your GPP or Master Trust conversations.


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Last updated: 23 Apr 2019

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