Responding to Pensions Minister Guy Opperman’s speech at the TUC Pensions Conference today, the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) congratulates the Minister for raising the issue of why asset owners do not have control over their shareholder votes when they invest in pooled funds. Janice Turner, founding co-chair of Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT), said: “We strongly welcome
Trustees should hold investment consultants to account on ESG issues, argue the AMNT and UKSIF in today’s press release The AMNT and UKSIF surveyed 16 investment consultants that committed to following the regulator’s ESG guidance Their findings have been set out in a new report, published today, which found that the majority are trying to respond to regulatory changes, but
AMNT and UKSIF are publishing a Guide for Trustees arising from an eighteen month project working with 16 Investment consultancy firms. The report includes guidance to you as a trustee on how you can hold investment consultants to account given UK regulatory expectations. Click here to download Please contact Leanne Clements for more information
Shelley Ismail has kindly produced our latest newsletter with a contribution from our sponsor, Dimensional Fund Managers – click below to read in full AMNT-Newsletter-November-2018-31-10-18
Congratulations to our winner of the £50 John Lewis voucher! Andrew Watson from the Mirror Group Newspapers Pension Trustees won his prize after joining the AMNT at the PLSA event. We were very pleased to add 37 new members to our association, all of whom were entered into the draw for the vouchers.
The Association of Member Nominated Trustees has congratulated the government on its new regulations strengthening trustees’ investment duties. The new regulations, laid by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) on Tuesday, will require pension trustees to publish information in their Statement of Investment Principles (SIP) report from October 2019 about how they will take account of ESG issues. They
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has organised a roundtable event for pension trustees in Central London on Wednesday, October 3rd 2018 from 2 pm, to discuss the design and implementation of CMA’s proposed remedies package. Book your place by emailing email@example.com by Friday, September 7 stating which pension schemes you represent. As you may already know, the investigation is focused on investment
Alan Gander has kindly produced our September newsletter with contributions from our sponsors, XPS group and Aon. – click below to read in full AMNT-Newsletter-Sept-2018-23-08-18 FINAL
LCP are delighted to co-host this session with the AMNT which will offer practical insights into the challenges that trustees are facing. Topics to be covered State of the Nation key note welcome No regret retirement – how can trustees look after members cost effectively? Scheme sponsor liability management – what you need to know as trustees How safe is
Click here to listen to Stephen Fallowell, AMNT Committee member and former MNT at the Royal Bank of Scotland Group Pension Fund debate the topic of election versus selection with David Brooks, technical director at consultancy Broadstone.