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Treasury expected to publish stakeholder proposals today

The Treasury is expected to publish its response to the stakeholder green paper this afternoon.


The leaked proposals are expected to detail how collective investments such as unit trusts, ISAs and Oeics can fit within a new pensions framework.


It has been suggested that the new collective investment product can be fitted to the stakeholder and will be known as the lifelong individual savings account or LISA.

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