Video: The unintended consequences of the CMA's review of fiduciary management tenders

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Video: The unintended consequences of the CMA's review of fiduciary management tenders

As schemes grapple with the new regulations - in some cases without external advice - Professional Pensions asked Trustees for their views on the remedies, comparing the behaviour of small schemes with their larger peers.

In this short video, BMO GAM's director of UK fiduciary solutions Christy Jesudasan, Professional Pensions editor Jonathan Stapleton, Capital Cranfield's Neil McPherson, CBC Pension Services' Michael Clark, Spence & Partners' Hugh Nolan, and BESTrustees' Alan Pickering give their reaction to our five key findings.

This video was conducted as part of a major Professional Pensions research project on compulsory fiduciary management retendering, conducted in partnership with BMO Global Asset Management. If you'd like to receive a copy of this report:

 

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