Client feedback


Edwin’s working to ensure the other trustees get involved. Last year he took more of a leading role, which I was very grateful for. He is well organised and proactive. Feedback from external advisers has been good.
Jeremy Barnard ,
Imerys
I work with Wayne and Kirsty. They really understand our business - they work with the company while retaining independence and ensuring compliance. They are a joy and pleasure to work with.
Neil McCawley ,
Ferguson plc
We chose PSGS because of the experience of the team and the feel of the relationship seemed the right fit.
Paul Staniland,
Chair of Governance Committee, Kier Group Pension Trustees
PSGS was chosen because of their knowledge of the subject and awareness of our particular schemes.
George Batho ,
Trustee, Lansing Linde
Professional and forthcoming with support.
Martin Crees ,
Rabobank
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.
Mark Atkinson,
Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna

Sale of problem subsidiary

Topic:

Funding & investment

Date published:

Friday, 9 December 2022

Pension schemes can be complex and funding negotiations tricky, especially where corporate transactions are involved. This case study involves our role as trustee for two connected defined benefit (DB) schemes and a sponsor group with multiple subsidiaries, one of which the sponsor was looking to sell.

 

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