UK - Law firm CMS Cameron McKenna is holding a training course for newly appointed trustees or those wishing to refresh their skills in October.
Speakers will discuss topics such as the basic features of occupational pension schemes, the role of the trustee, funding issues and trustee liability in disputes.
The course – which will be held at the firm’s London office on October 2 – will focus on final salary schemes but will also be relevant to money purchase schemes.
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