An increasingly complex investment landscape paired with a seemingly endless supply of new regulations spreads an already limited governance budget even more thinly. The role of a trustee is more demanding than ever, but their fiduciary duty remains the same: to act in the best interest of members and to ensure their benefits are secure.
Fulfilling this duty is no mean feat. With only one board meeting per quarter on average, trustees must manage their limited governance budget carefully, with a focus on the strategic decisions tha...
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