Schemes assess fiduciary providers against 'unique' criteria


Most pension schemes say they judge fiduciary providers according to their own investment objectives, rather than an industry benchmark.

Aon Hewitt's Fiduciary Management Survey 2014 reveals that 68% of respondents have their own scheme-specific targets against which they assess fiduciary providers, while quarter of schemes which pr...

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