Stuart Southall looks at whether Covid-19 has hastened or reinforced the role of member-nominated and other lay trustees.
Faced with greater regulatory requirements, trustees must truly get to grips with all of their responsibilities, argues David Harris.
The regulator must not forget the important role of lay trustees as it boosts standards of professionals, argues Jonathan Stapleton.
Alan Pickering says lay trustees have to subscribe to lifelong learning, often picking up new skills on the way
The pressure of "excessive regulation" is causing a drop in the number of lay trustees and deterring people from taking up the role, according to this week's Pensions Buzz respondents.
Michael Klimes explores what practical steps schemes can take to protect members from hacking and identity fraud
The upcoming general election is an opportunity to put forward a bolder pension policy says Hilary Salt.
Following its response to the 21st Century trusteeship and governance discussion paper, chairman Mark Boyle underlines TPR's determination to drive up standards.