“Excellent and comprehensive training course. I will definitely refer to what I've learned and received. ”
“I would recommend them to anyone - I have dealt with a number of other independent trustee firms and would rate PSGS as the best. We are very happy with Mark and the service we get.”
“Very broad, comprehensive trustee training course covering a wide range of topics. Excellent!”
“I found the trustee training really beneficial, highly recommended. I am not a trustee, I represent the employer and I think it will be valuable for me in future, having a better understanding of the trustees' perspective.”
“The work that has been done has been delivered beyond expectations.”
“We now have a very collaborative approach between trustees and employer.”
There are many reasons why you would review the effectiveness of your pension trustee board, such as to:
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 doing the job ourselves, and are able to bring wider experience and perspective to aid benchmarking. Being external means we can more easily ‘tell it like it is’ or deal with known issues diplomatically.
Our pension trustee board review services would be for tailored specifically to pension scheme, trustees and particular objectives, typically including one or more of the following elements:
PSGS delivers our trustee board effectiveness review service together with the Non-Executive Directors’ Association (NEDA) - the leading independent member association dedicated to Non-Executive Directors (NEDs). NEDA promotes and supports the needs of NEDs at all levels, providing a comprehensive range of practical education, training, mentoring, coaching and advisory services.
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Clare Owen speaks about our latest trustee board research
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