Assessment finds good level of knowledge among funds

Analysis by Hymans Robertson finds increase in ‘non-traditional’ knowledge since 2020

Jasmine Urquhart
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Hymans Robertson's Andrew McKerns

Hymans Robertson's Andrew McKerns

There is a good level of knowledge among pension funds and there has been an increase in ‘non-traditional’ knowledge since 2020, according to analysis by Hymans Robertson.

The firm's 2022 Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) National Knowledge Assessment (NTA) report revealed chairperson knowledge remained high, with an average score of 68% compared to 53% for the ...

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