21 Jan 2022Case studies
We were appointed to help our client develop a pre-selection process for a single MNT vacancy on their trustee board. The candidates were always going to go to ballot, but the trustee wanted to be able to exercise some control over the skills and aptitudes of the candidates.
Transform or Transition?
6 Jan 2022Case studies
'Administration is tricky. Errors occur. Mistakes happen. That is the nature of the beast.' This is a message that some have heard from their administrators over the years. But, what if it's not just day-to-day errors? Are there more fundamental issues? Perhaps the transition to your administrator was poor, your data may be unreliable or errors have gone undetected and have compounded.
Who is guarding the hen house?
5 Jan 2022Musings
“Well-run schemes are those that have access to a wide range of perspectives, knowledge and skills, where everyone has equal opportunity to contribute and challenge from different perspectives.” - David Fairs, Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice at The Pensions Regulator, wrote those words in his latest blog posted just before Christmas. We whole-heartedly agree with this statement and the theme of his blog, though it is interesting to contrast this with changes happening across the pensions industry and consider which are for good, and which may actually lead to long term harm.
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