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What TPR expects of 21st Century trustees

Published by Christine Kerr on

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) carried out research which identified that many schemes were not being run to the standard expected by TPR. 

This was particularly true of smaller and medium sized schemes where there is generally less resource, both in terms of money and headcount, to support trustees. On the back of these findings TPR initiated an education program which was given the name of “21st Century Trusteeship”.

“Doing the right thing, in the right way, means that trustees set clear goals and timescales, understand and manage risk, communicate clearly and get the maximum from available resources and advisers this results in better outcomes for all stakeholders and protects the interest of the members.”

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What The Pensions Regulator expects of 21st Century trustees
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About the author

  • Christine Kerr

    Christine is a Senior Pension Management Consultant based in our Glasgow office and one of the dedicated governance and secretarial specialists within the Pensions Management team. She focusses on secretarial and governance services, supporting special projects and management support for in house teams.

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