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Retirement Portfolio funds – Managing significant volatility to help a pension pot last longer

More clients than before are entering pension drawdown, especially those with smaller pots, and they are looking to you for an investment strategy which can help their money last longer into retirement.

The challenge for you now is to provide an effective service to all types of clients, which is still commercially viable for your business. That’s where Scottish Widows’ Retirement Portfolio Funds can help.

In this film, Scottish Widows’ expert Roy Vickery explains how the new Retirement Portfolio Funds are an innovative, easy to use solution for a wider range of clients. They deliver the right balance between risk and the need for growth, by reducing risk when volatility becomes significant.

For more information on Scottish Widows’ Retirement Portfolio Funds, visit scottishwidows.co.uk/RPF

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