Disagreements between trustees and consultants can be difficult, but they are necessary to improve the quality of decision-making, says Paul Richards.
Difficult conversations - most of us don't like them. As humans we are hardwired to seek harmony and avoid conflict. Looking at the definition of harmonious, it's understandable why that might be the case,...
Professional Pensions is delighted to welcome back pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman to open day two of Professional Pensions Live in 2020.
This week’s top stories included the launch of Scottish Widows’ new responsible investment team, and reports of Treasury plans to cut pension tax relief for high earners.
Almost half (43%) of trustees do not feel able to monitor and report on their schemes ESG policy to a high standard, according to CACEIS.
In the run-up to Incisive Media’s Women in Investment Festival on 3 March, Laura Miller gets under the bonnet of how common imposter syndrome is, and the tangible impact it can have on financial services firms.