Is acting in the "best interests of the members" the right guiding principle for trustees? – wonders Philip Stear, Travers Smith
Modernising your member options exercises is good for members and cost effective, recommends Roslyn Williams, PricewaterhouseCoopers
The Pensions Minister has announced today that the government has chosen not to clarify fiduciary duties in law which has disappointed both the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (...
Only half of pension schemes have trustee boards where all the trustees meet the Pensions Regulator’s minimum standards for knowledge. This is one of the findings of the Pensions Regulator’s research...
Is it always about the money when trustees make investment decisions? Claire Collier, Baker & McKenzie, considers the latest guidance from the Law Commision
Some are beginning to argue that fiduciary duty has a wider remit than simply achieving the maximum possible financial returns, explains Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard
Pension scheme trustees are paying insufficient attention to the risks of maladministration and fraud and continue to focus more on DB to the detriment of DC, according to a new report by Baker Tilly...
Trustees do not have to struggle on alone in these challenging times. There are plenty of independent trustees out there to help them reports Allison Plager, financial journalist
Trustee insurance can protect trustees and scheme assets from the varied claims they are increasingly exposed to advises Jonathan Bull, OPDU
Tony Hodges, AHC, argues that the trustee’s moral duty to instruct DC members is being eclipsed by concentration on their legal obligations