“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.”
“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
“Mike is a great secretary. He does a really good job for us.”
“Ever increasing regulation has placed a heavy burden on trustees both in terms of time and the risk of non-compliance. PSGS has the experience and the resources to help trustees manage these burdens.”
“They are very proactive and full of new ideas, they've brought better scheduling and better minute sets.”
“We are extremely pleased with the appointment we made. The way Ian reacts to us and works with us is brilliant. We are very happy.”
Legal & governance
Monday, 27 June 2016
Towards the end of 2015, the Pensions Regulator (tPR) published the results of its survey into how well placed pension trustees are to fulfil their governance roles. They are using the findings to drive debate over what an effective 21st century trustee should look like.
In this article, Mark Homer looks at some of the surprising results from the tPR research, and considers what an effective 21st century pension trustee will need to do.