Cybersecurity and AI at top of risk list for trustees, LCP says

Trustees of DB schemes concerned about AI and cyber risks, followed by regulation

Jasmine Urquhart
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LCP has found trustees are most concerned about cyber, AI and gilt or swap market risks
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LCP has found trustees are most concerned about cyber, AI and gilt or swap market risks

Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the top of risk lists for trustees, a survey from Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) has found.

The annual ‘Chart Your Own Course' survey, which is set to be released in full later this month, found 23% of defined benefit (DB) scheme trustees rated the above risks as their top worry. LCP s...

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