Caroline Davies

11
Jul

Risk of Ruin – Compelling New Research Report launched today by Punter Southall Transaction Services

Our colleagues at Punter Southall Transaction Services, have launched a new research report, Risk of Ruin. This shows trustees and employers of defined benefit pension schemes how to assess the real risks associated with their scheme. For more information click here 

4
May

Annual Member Survey 2017

The AMNT Annual Members survey 2017 has been sent out to all registered members via Survey Monkey – please get in touch if you haven’t received an invitation and would like to participate. We will be sharing the results at the Summer Conference on 21st June.

19
Apr

Interview with David Weeks

  Read the latest interview with David Weeks in which he talks to Sebastian Cheek of Portfolio Institutional about remuneration, diversity, lobbying parliament and why pension schemes need member-nominated trustees.

12
Apr

Papers for Annual General Meeting on Monday 24th April 2017

ASSOCIATION OF MEMBER NOMINATED TRUSTEES Punter Southall and AMNT programme for 24th April 2017 Agenda for Annual General Meeting to be held at 13.30 on Monday 24th April 2017 at The British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AH Please arrive by 13.15 in order to register. Welcome Report on the previous AGM of 23 February 2016 Co‑Chairs’ Report

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8
Mar

What are the implications of the Brewster ruling for DB trustees?

AMNT’s co-Chair David Weeks features in Professional Pensions this week, discussing the details of the Brewster legal case. The article covers the scope of the ruling, the potential future impact for private sector DB schemes and the precautionary measures that trustees should consider taking. The full article can be found at this link.  

23
Feb

DB consultation is not our way of ‘kicking the can down the road’, says Richard Harrington at AMNT conference

At the Association of Member Nominated Trustees’ (AMNT) Spring conference, hosted in London today and attended by more than 80 members, Minister for Pensions Richard Harrington outlined the importance of taking appropriate time to assess issues and consult with the industry before deciding on proposals for the future of DB pensions, following the launch of the Government’s Green Paper on

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