2022: Another year in the hot seat

Professional trustees are expecting governance and regulation to dominate the new year

Hope William-Smith
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Hope William-Smith looks at the year ahead for professional trustees
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Hope William-Smith looks at the year ahead for professional trustees

As the events of 2020 continue to create peaks and troughs in the pensions ecosystem, it seems hard to believe 2021 has already passed, and 2022 is upon us.

The last 12 months heralded the final delivery of the long-awaited Pension Schemes Act 2021 and brought forward a range of climate reporting obligations. They have also seen professional trustees face...

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