PLSA: Regulation to boost governance focuses on wrong things

James Phillips
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Good pension scheme governance relies on the skills, diversity and knowledge of the trustees, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has argued.

Yet, regulation focuses on the ‘outputs' and the processes of scheme governance, rather than ensuring the appropriate people are in place, it added. The PLSA's latest report, Good governance - h...

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