“They have helped us save much more and created a cohesive plan to de-risk whilst building an integrated pension team.”
“They are very proactive and full of new ideas, they've brought better scheduling and better minute sets.”
“Ian has added more value than we thought he would at the start… which shows it pays to go with someone who is doing the job of a professional trustee as their bread and butter.”
“Their pragmatic approach helps with quick and easy decision making. Another approach might have made things more difficult.”
“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
“Very professional and engaged service.”
Why review your trustee board’s effectiveness? A handful of reasons are…
PSGS is perfectly placed to review the effectiveness of your pension trustee board. We are independent, impartial and objective. We have an in-depth understanding of the role of a pension trustee board and the workings of a pension scheme, with extensive experience of doing the job ourselves. We bring wider experience and new perspectives. Being independent means we can more easily ‘tell it like it is’ or deal with known issues diplomatically.
Our board effectiveness services are tailored specifically to your pension scheme, trustees and particular objectives. Typical elements include:
PSGS delivers trustee board effectiveness reviews together with the Non-Executive Directors’ Association (NEDA) - the leading independent member association dedicated to Non-Executive Directors (NEDs). NEDA provides a comprehensive range of practical education, training, mentoring, coaching and advisory services for NEDs at all levels, promoting:
Trustee board effectiveness is a big topic, so why not get in touch to chat through what’s on your mind and learn how we can help your pension trustee board develop and improve.
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Clare Owen speaks about our latest trustee board research
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