Thanks to the help of our Sponsors, the Association of Member Nominated Trustess goes from ‘strength to strength’. Our membership has grown in excess of 45% since last year and now stands at 685. Our members represent 499 pension schemes, with an overall value of £662billion AUM. amnt-newsletter-for-sponsors Please hover and click above to read in full We continue to organise
The 6th annual World Pensions & Investments Forum held in London, Greenwich, on 23rd & 24th February 2017 in association with AMNT will focus on ‘Pension Design, Fiduciary Governance and the LT Assets of Pension Investors in a Time of Economic Realignment’ Click here to read agenda in full The forum will bring together institutional asset owners, govt. agencies and academics from the UK, Continental Europe, Asia and
November newsletter Hover and click to read in full
ASSOCIATION OF MEMBER NOMINATED TRUSTEES: 22 NOVEMBER 2016 Balance of power? Who actually runs pension schemes? Trustees, employers or advisers? Willis Towers Watson: 71 High Holborn, London WC1V 6TP Agenda 10.00am – Introduction and welcome: David Weeks: Co-Chair, AMNT: 10.15 – Jack Jones Editor – Engaged Investor and Pensions Insight Keynote address 10.50 – Willis Towers Watson: “Empowering trustees through technology”
Can Fiduciary Capitalism and Bolder, Better Boards Jumpstart Economic Growth? Hover and click to read in full
“Trustees believe climate change is the lowest risk for their schemes, according to this year’s Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) survey.” During the autumn conference, the committee highlighted that trustees do not see climate change this year, as top of their list of concerns. Alan Garner is quoted as saying “Perhaps the disappointing one is climate change at the bottom which
“Who puts themselves forward as a trustee, how many get paid, and what do they worry about? AMNT co-chair David Weeks looks at the organisation’s annual member survey” David Weeks features in Engaged Investor’s article this week in his review of the AMNT’s annual member survey, which gives great insight into the many MNT’s responsibilities and duties, pay and demographics, Scheme types and
“Brexit will allow us to dump EU pensions legislation” says Lord Flight at our Autumn conference A Tory peer believes European Union (EU) pensions legislation will “fall away” when Brexit materialises and argues London has a bright future. Lord Howard Flight (pictured), a politician with strong ties to the City of London, made the remark at the Association
The AMNT Annual Members survey 2016 has just been sent out to all registered members via Survey Monkey – please get in touch if you haven’t received one or would like to participate.
Read all about the impact of Brexit and outlook from here on, Red Line Voting updates, events to attend and member notices in this quarterly’s issue. Click here to view.