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Salvus Master Trust hits GBP200m in funds under management

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Salvus Master Trust’s funds under management have surpassed GBP200 million.

This growth reflects the firm’s continued commitment to the master trust market and focus on providing a robust and technology-led service, built on strong governance and ‘easy to use’ administration systems.
 
The news follows the launch of an online app for the firm’s 68,000 members. The app, which is available on both Android and IOS, allows members to log into a live portal and provides a wide range of services including savings modellers, tax tables and regular news feeds.
 
Bill Finch, Head of Sales at Salvus Master Trust, says: “We are delighted to have hit this milestone. This is testament to the hard work of the team and to the loyalty of our clients. 
 
“It is great that we are established as a major player in the Master Trust arena and to see our investment into providing a modernised service, backed up by our fantastic admin team and robust investment processes, paying off. We remain committed to this market and look forward to our continued involvement.”
 
Salvus Master Trust submitted its application for MT authorisation at the beginning of May.

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