The new chief executive of Britain’s most powerful pensions body will tell the Government today that the country’s best retirement funds should be awarded a Kitemark* for quality to safeguard benefits. On her first day as head of the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF), which represents £800 billion of pension funds, Joanne Segars will make a series of recommendations including incentives for companies to keep their workplace schemes open.
(*An official kite-shaped mark on goods which are approved by the British Standards Institution.)
Pensions chief wants Kitemark for funds – Economics – Times Online

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