Half of DB schemes to move to corporate sole trustee model by 2028

Hymans Robertson says schemes see model as providing time and cost savings

Jasmine Urquhart
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Hymans Robertson's survey has found many DB schemes are keen to utilise corporate sole trusteeship
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Hymans Robertson's survey has found many DB schemes are keen to utilise corporate sole trusteeship

Half (50%) of defined benefit (DB) schemes expect to move towards a corporate sole trustee model by 2028, Hymans Robertson finds.

The consultancy's research of finance directors and chief financial officers within its schemes found many saw the model as having cost and time savings. One third (36%) said the model makes dec...

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