Interim trust deed definition

What does Interim trust deed mean?

A type of trust deed used to establish a pension scheme.

The interim trust deed states the provisions of the scheme in broad terms, leaving the detailed provisions and the scheme rules to be provided by a definitive trust deed and a later date.

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