Trustees urged to skill up to become 'risk managers'

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Pension fund trustees are increasingly responsible for managing risk, but lack the skills to do, according to research by a pension consultancy.

The Trustee Barometer, commissioned by Hymans Robertson, found that almost one third of the trustees surveyed believe "having a clear understanding of scheme risks and when to de-risk" is the bigge...

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