AMNT training validated for CPD certification

Holly Roach
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The Association of Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) has announced its training programme has been accredited and it will now be able to issue Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificates.

With The Pensions Regulator's code of practice requiring trustees to be ‘fit and proper', they must undergo regular training to ensure they are able to perform their role. Additionally, the law req...

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