TPR lead warns that balance on trustee boards vital

Regulator policy spokesman also says ‘year of the trustee’ will not be 2023

Holly Roach
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TPR lead warns that balance on trustee boards vital

A balance of experience on trustee boards is crucial, the pensions industry has been warned.

Speaking at the Association of Member-Nominated Trustees conference today (2 February), The Pensions Regulator (TPR) policy lead Nick Gannon urged the industry to "balance board experience" to ensu...

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