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Should DB governance emulate the corporate world?

Topic:

Legal & governance

Date published:

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

An argument has been made for defined (DB) pension schemes to copy corporate governance structures to boost the accountability of pension trustees. Professional Pensions correspondent James Phillips explored this idea in his recent article, which quotes PSIT's Wayne Phelan.

You can read the article on the Professional Pensions website at: Should DB governance emulate the corporate world?

 

 

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