Tribunal case highlights growing pressures on MNTs

Chris Edwards-Earl breaks down Folarin v Transport for London

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Tribunal case highlights growing pressures on MNTs

The pressure on those who manage pension schemes to stay on top of pensions legislation and guidance can be high and this pressure can be particularly felt by member-nominated trustees (MNTs). 

In a recent employment tribunal case, an MNT argued that the amount of training time and work they had been required to undertake through that role was unfair. Whilst the employee was ultimately un...

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