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DC chairs - are you ready for 2016?

Topic:

Hot topic

Date published:

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.

 

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