Kevin LeGrand

From the blog: The Pensions Regulator’s recent findings of large variations in trusteeship standards have thrown up questions about the governance of pension funds.

 

More specifically, member-nominated trustees present a challenge. A board undoubtedly benefits from the presence of lay trustees bringing a different and more personal perspective.

 

However, the flipside of this fresh approach is the need to bring them up to speed on the complexities of running a workplace pension scheme.

 

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