“Ian has added more value than we thought he would at the start… which shows it pays to go with someone who is doing the job of a professional trustee as their bread and butter.”
“Their pragmatic approach helps with quick and easy decision making. Another approach might have made things more difficult.”
“I found the trustee training really beneficial, highly recommended. I am not a trustee, I represent the employer and I think it will be valuable for me in future, having a better understanding of the trustees' perspective.”
“PSGS were overall more professional than others.”
“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
“Very professional and engaged service.”
Thursday, 28 January 2016
With the first defined contribution (DC) governance statements due on 6 February 2016, this year is going to be a tough one for chairs and trustees of schemes with DC benefits.
Our Five things that should scare the chair of a DC scheme white paper pulls together the scary thoughts we have shared over the last few months on our blog. From value for member to the increasing risk of complaints, there really is an awful lot for DC trustees to focus on this year.