Trustees 'need good education before formal qualifications'

James Phillips
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Trustees should focus on getting good education rather than simply amassing qualifications in order to strengthen their scheme governance, according to River & Mercantile.

While formal qualifications are a useful benchmarking tool for trustee knowledge, these need to be backed by high standards of education, and providers need to be wary of this and up their game, th...

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