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iPads at trustee meetings: a help or a hindrance?

Topic:

Technology

Date published:

Thursday, 9 April 2015

Can iPads really help trustees be more efficient and effective? In this opinion piece, PSIT's Wayne Phelan shares his thoughts on technology and the role it could play in pension scheme trustee meetings.

 

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