Client feedback


Appointing Kevin as KBC professional trustee was one of the best decisions the bank took. He complements the other two trustees and also appreciates the position of the employer too. The experience a professional trustee adds is invaluable and they can share their knowledge and market practice within the KBC plan. Kevin manages the budget in consultation with the bank, fully debriefs all parties and maintains a constant dialogue with myself (as HR Manager) and trustees. Since we have worked together for a number of years, Kevin also appreciates some of the limitations we face ie budgets, and always comes up with a proactive approach and solution. His input is particularly valued by the bank trustee who is an actuary in our pensions department in Belgium Head Office.
Sharron King,
KBC Bank
Good, helpful guidance.
Christine Morris,
Twyford Bathrooms
Where PSGS are appointed to act in conjunction with an existing body of trustees, we have found that they are quickly able to fit in well and gain the trust and respect of their co-trustees.
Duncan Buchanan,
Partner at Hogan Lovells
The trustee training was a very well-paced overview which gave opportunity to explore ideas and question more deeply at key points.
Paul Coley,
The Altro Pension and Life Scheme
We now have a very collaborative approach between trustees and employer.
Peter Millard,
Company Secretary, TRL Limited
We have a good partnership the team really understand what we need and our knowledge eg budgets - "we don't have a referee" - very helpful. Challenge advisers but with a practical objective. Thanks to PSGS, GMP equalisation has been just a process.
Stephen Allaker ,
Bristol Myers-Squibb

Daisy's Dream donations

Topic:

PSGS news

Date published:

Friday, 25 May 2018

This is a massive thank you to the following organisations for generously donating some incredible raffle and auction prizes for our charity pub quiz on 21 May 2018.

The winner of the quiz was team ‘Dynamo Hymano’ (Hymans Robertson) with a total of 84 points! Followed by ‘Campaign for Abolition of GDPR’ (CMS) with 82.5 points and third place was ‘Least Competent Puzzlers’ (LCP) with 81 points.

We raised over £6,300 and this was only possible with all of your support. Thank you all for contributing and helping Daisy’s Dream look after children and their families.

Ascot Racecourse

B Bakery

BlackRock

Brick Development Association

Burges Salmon

Charles Stanley

City HR

CMS

Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP

Exertis

Grant Thornton UK LLP

Hall & Woodhouse

Harvey Nichols

Hobbs of Henley

ITM Limited

Kier

LCP

Lincoln Pensions

P-Solve

Pub in the Park

Rothesay Life

RSM

School of Wok

Shoosmiths

Silks

Sipsmith

Spence and Partners

Thames Rockets

The Modern Pantry

Willis Towers Watson

Wordshop

 

 

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