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Pension reforms: will your administrators meet the challenge?

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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Recent pension reforms are not simply another item for a trustee’s to-do list. The issues pension scheme trustees need to consider, and decisions they will need to take, are wide-ranging.

How ready pension scheme administrators are is one critical factor. Mark Homer's latest opinion article considers this and some of the other questions trustees should be asking themselves about the impact pension reforms could have on their scheme.

 

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