At Scottish Widows we value building strong long-term relationships with our customers and work closely with both employers and advisers. Our flexible proposition means that we can offer support in ways that suit different employers and complement the work of advisers.
We’re one of the largest pension providers in the UK, managing schemes for companies of all sizes, across all sectors. We understand that workplace savings is a complex market and our strength is in supporting our customers, putting them at the core of everything we do. The Scottish Widows Master Trust is aimed at medium to large sized employers and for both their active and deferred members during their working life and through retirement.
The Scottish Widows Master Trust is authorised by the Pensions Regulator.
Learn more about our Master Trust and its benefits for employers and employees. Our product guide explains how the Scottish Widows Master Trust could meet your needs.
An independent trustee board responsible for scheme governance and oversight, ensuring the scheme is run in the members’ best interests and helping them achieve good retirement outcomes.
Our Responsible Investment Framework is independent of the burden and bias of any in house fund manager with a best of breed fund range. It offers off the shelf default or bespoke capability.
One of the cornerstones of our reputation has been our delivery of personal service, tailored to our customers’ needs. We provide end to end administration systems and services with dedicated support when you need it.
We have a multi-channel offering which uses face to face, digital and traditional engagement approaches tailored to meet member needs.
In this short Q&A, Head of Pension Investments Maria Nazarova-Doyle outlines our approach to responsible investment.
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