Industry 'shoots itself in foot' with two trustee accreditation regimes

James Phillips
"Standards should not run the risk of dilution”. Image by moritz320 from Pixabay

"Standards should not run the risk of dilution”. Image by moritz320 from Pixabay

The industry has rejected the need for multiple professional trustee accreditation regimes after the Pensions Management Institute and Association of Professional Pension Trustees launched rival frameworks.

This month's 115 Pensions Buzz respondents said there needed to be a single accreditation regime. They also answered questions on climate change reporting, the bulk annuity market, and consolidation into...

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