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The information on this site is informational and of general guidance only.
Nothing on this website should be taken as constituting individual advice to you. The choices you make or do not make around the investment of your retirement account are your own responsibility.
Neither TontineTrust nor TontineTrustees can be held responsible for any financial loss arising from your investment choices or lack of them. Values can fall as well as rise whatever type of pension is chosen, and no particular level of retirement benefit from a pension can be guaranteed.
TontineTrust is building a platform that supports the issuance of risk-sharing lifetime income products such as tontine pensions. TontineTrustees is a Designated Activity Company operating as a Pensions Institution engaged in the business of granting lifetime income pensions linked to human life. Its first pension when launched will also seek approval to be classified as one of Europe's first Pan-European Personal Pension Products or 'PEPPs'.
PEPPs are a new generation of personal pension products which comply with the European Union's latest regulations creating the gold standard of personal pension product design in terms of value for money, transparency, and governance. Once TontineTrustees's pension product completes its registrations, it will be launched on the TontineTrust platform with the support of best of breed investment service providers, with the aim to be available in 27 countries by the end of 2022. Neither TontineTrust, TontineTrustees, nor TTRT offer or provide investment services.
Certain activities carried out by TontineTrust will be subject to the supervision of the Pensions Authority. Such activities include acting as a Registered Administrator for occupational pension schemes and group personal pensions. As these services are not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, they are not covered by the Investor Compensation Scheme.