Written by Howard Finnegan on 01 April 2014
Today, Altus announces its’ status as ‘Business Member’ of the National Association of Pension Funds. The NAPF promotes workplace saving for retirement and represents 1,300 UK pension schemes with some 15 million members and assets of around £900 billion. Members include over 400 businesses providing essential services to the pensions sector.
As a Business Member, Altus aims to take advantage of the close working relationships between the NAPF and Government Ministers, MPs, officials and regulators to promote the adoption of cross industry open standards for pension transfers and funds trading. The use of cross industry interoperable standards, such as ViaNova and the pensions transfer market practices drive down costs, promote innovation and deliver better services and outcomes to pension scheme members.
'Putting' Charity First
Written by Altus on 3 October 2018
Altus Consulting, a Bath financial services company has raised nearly £6,000 for the Children’s ward at the Royal United Hospitals Bath.
Reading the signs all wrong
Written by Rory Gravatt on 14 August 2018
The Work and Pensions Committee is missing the point when it asks whether people understand the cost and value for money of their pension products – a recent FCA paper revealed that one third of those who opted for pensions freedoms don’t even understand where or how their money is invested