Tag: MNts

16
Jul

Lay trustees still have a role to play in scheme governance

Written by Johnathan Stapleton – Editor, Professional Pensions The Pensions Regulator’s consultation on scheme governance ups the watchdog’s long-running campaign to improve the standards of trusteeship. But, this time, it seems to be taking an incredibly tough line, particularly on small schemes. As TPR executive director David Fairs explains on page 20: “Many smaller schemes are simply not good enough…

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10
Jul

MNTs of ‘highest importance’ to pension boards – Dromey

Written by Theo Andrew – Pensions Age Labour Shadow Pension Minister, Jack Dromey, has said having a member-nominated trustee (MNT) on all pension boards is “of the highest importance”. Speaking at the Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) Summer Conference last week (5 July), Dromey said that a Labour government would push for stronger member representation, in a time of

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8
Jul

Labour throws weight behind MNTs

Written by Sandra Wolf- Mallowstreet Labour’s shadow pensions minister, Jack Dromey, is championing the role of member representatives on pension schemes just as the Pensions Regulator is stepping up efforts to get professional trustees on more boards.  Speaking at the AMNT’s Summer Conference on Thursday, Dromey also wants to see the establishment of a “fiduciary college” within a university to serve

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