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We’re experiencing tough economic conditions, right now. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the rising cost of living means that many people are naturally concerned about their finances. The invasion of Ukraine and its effect on global products and commodities has also led to investment market turbulence. If you would like to know more, visit Legal & General's response hub to see what this could mean for you and your savings, as well as access useful support and information.

The Mastertrust Trustees, along with Legal & General, are supporting the pension industry-wide campaign to encourage everyone to start talking about their pensions. There are lots of events and campaigns planned to help you to get more out of your pension, from tracing old pension savings, to a week of live online events explaining pension basic need-to-knows. Take a look at the campaign page to find out more and see the schedule.

Kim Brown gets to know our newest Trustee, Tegs Harding.

The Mastertrust Trustees have published their first Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report.

Things to consider if you are assessing Value For Money.

The Legal & General Mastertrust is the pension scheme that your employer has chosen for you and your colleagues to join.

Your scheme is run by Trustees who are legally responsible for making sure that the Mastertrust's costs and charges give you good value for money. They act on your behalf by regularly assessing the trust's costs against a series of measures and work hard with Legal & General to make sure that all charges are fair and competitive.

The Board of Trustees is independent to both your employer and Legal & General.

Dermot Courtier explains if your scheme provides value for members in his latest annual Chair's Statement.

Would you like to influence how your pension scheme is run? Find out more and apply now.