In this latest Pensions Buzz, we want to know whether greater permissions for trustees were necessary when it comes to preventing scams.
Also, should schemes with fewer than 100 members should be required to provide a statement of investment principles?
We also want you to tell us if your scheme or one you work with has ever been subject to a cyber attack.
Finally, do you feel the growing trend towards sole corporate trusteeship is a positive one?
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