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Pension Protection Fund launches website

The Pension Protection Fund has launched a website to provide information on its activities as well as provide access to documents it publishes.
Interested parties can sign up for an email alert that will enable subscribers to receive information about any updates on the site and there is a frequently asked questions help page.
The web address is www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk.

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