The Lewis Workplace Pension Trust (TLWPT)

The Lewis Workplace Pension Trust (TLWPT) has been granted Master Trust authorisation by The Pension Regulator

We are pleased to announce today, Tuesday 3rd September, that The Lewis Workplace Pension Trust has now been granted Master Trust Authorisation by The Pension Regulator (TPR). This means that the scheme is one of just 22 authorised schemes available in the UK!

Lewis Investment is the proud sponsor of TLWPT, and it is our underlying belief that saving alone is not enough. Therefore, TLWPT offers regulated advice to its members via the scheme sponsor Lewis Investment. We believe that every member should be given the opportunity to make informed decisions about their financial future. The TLWPT provides the whole package, by offering a low-cost pension structure, bespoke financial advice and great past performance, with differing investment solutions to suit the individual member’s needs and risk appetite. Our face to face meetings with employers and members is just one of our unique features.

TLWPT looks forward to future growth attracting new small and medium UK & International employers.

“We completely recognise that pensions are central to an employee’s long-term financial future.  We are very proud to play a part in helping our corporate clients meet their auto enrolment obligations.” said Tim Lewis, MD of Lewis Investment.

“I would like to thank everyone involved for making this possible”.

We are pleased to announce Lewis’ has achieved Cyber Essentials certification

Keeping our own and our client’s data secure has always been a priority at Lewis’.  In August 2018 we published, under the news section of our website, “Your Security is very important to us” to warn clients of the possible cyber threats and provide a few tips on staying safe.

To satisfy ourselves that our ongoing commitment to keeping all the data under our control secure we have undertaken an independent assessment to ensure our systems, and data, are secure.

The Cyber Essentials scheme is backed by the UK Government and supported by the Federation of Small Businesses and the CBI.  The UK Government requires all suppliers bidding for contracts involving the handling of certain sensitive and personal data to be certified against the Cyber Essentials Scheme.

The scheme’s five security controls include:

  • Secure configuration
  • Boundary firewalls and Internet Gateways
  • User access control
  • Patch management
  • Malware protection

This achievement provides the assurance required that our proactive approach to protecting the data we control, against the ever-growing cyber threats, has been justified.  The external, independent assessment adds a further layer of validation.

The certification does have an expiry date, but we plan to reapply at the re-certification date to evidence our ongoing commitment to always stay up to date with the latest best practice in online security.

More info on cyber essentials can be accessed here:

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