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mallowstreet is proud to announce the return of the Trustee Survey & Report. Together with the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), the Pensions Management Institute (PMI), Association of Professional Pension Trustees (APPT) and the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT), the annual survey offers trustees a voice on the biggest issues facing the industry. With 200 responses to our

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David Weeks stands down as Co-Chair of the AMNT

David Weeks has decided tostand downfrom his position as Co-Chair of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) following adiagnosis of cancer. His resignation as Co-Chair will become effective after the next AMNT Committee meeting on August 16, 2021. He will remain a member of the AMNT committee until the AGM in 2022. David joined the AMNT in 2012 and

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AMNT updates ‘Red Lines’ to reflect the introduction of new policies on climate change, gender diversity, human rights risks and audit

The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has updated its Red Line Voting policies to reflect industry and regulatory changes since the campaign was first launched in 2016. Click here to access and download. The biggest change to the Red Lines since 2016 has been the introduction of tougher policies on climate change. In recognition of the global emergency caused

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AMNT mention in Sackers publication re DWP working group

AMNT: “Asset owners should take charge of ESG voting”

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AMNT Member Survey sheds light on the effect of the current pandemic but raises a concern for the future

11th December 2020 The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has undertaken a survey of its members to coincide with its 10th anniversary. The member survey was conducted in conjunction with XPS, the largest pure pensions’ consultancy in the UK. Thesurvey investigated: AMNT members in particular; member nominated trusteeship in general; the impact of the current pandemic; and environmental, social

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“A huge step forward”. AMNT welcomes establishment of the Taskforce on Pension Scheme Voting Implementation and Simon Howard as its Chair.

Janice Turner, Co-chair of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT), has warmly welcomed the announcement by Guy Opperman, Minister for Pensions and Inclusion, that a Taskforce will be established to investigate the barriers preventing client voting policies from being implemented by fund managers in pooled funds. This was the main recommendation in AMNT’s recent published report[1] Bringing Shareholder Voting into

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Press release: Bringing shareholder voting into the 21st Century

Bringing shareholder voting into the 21st Century: An examination of the barriers to effective stewardship and how to overcome them. Pensions Minister endorses AMNT report recommendations and agrees to set up working group on barriers to trustee voting: “I am determined we are going to bring about real change on this issue”. AMNTs continuing Red Lines Voting campaign leads to

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‘10 years of progress in a turbulent world’ – The Association of Member Nominated Trustees celebrates its 10th anniversary

Opperman praises its “vital and independent voice in pensions governance” The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) celebrated its 10th anniversary in September 2020. As the only pensions’ trade association that represents primarily individual pension scheme members rather than provider interests, it has grown to a membership of around 800 individual trustees, representing pension schemes with assets under management of over

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Customers, Clients or Members

Written by Stephen Fallowell – Committee member, published in PensionAge In our inter reaction with organisations we give and are given various titles; members, customers and clients. We do not normally pay attention to what we are called providing the service provided meets our need. But definitions are important as they often determine the way we are envisaged by the

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