This week we want to know if it is correct to define professional trustees as those who promote themselves as having expertise in trustee matters to schemes they have no connection with.
Also, is it fair that professional trustees should face higher penalties than other trustees if they breach their duties, and should the rules for regulated apportionment arrangements be made more flexible?
Finally, how would you rate your understanding of the incoming General Data Protection Regulations, and would a defined ambition arrangement ever take off?
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