The PMI Trustee Group has a long and successful track record of supporting pension scheme trustees. Thousands of trustees have passed the trustee qualification, Awards in Pension Trusteeship (or its predecessors) since it was introduced in 1993, or attended PMI Trustee Seminars. For further details on the benefits of joining the PMI Trustee Group click here.
Additional benefits for trustee boards
There are now additional benefits for entire trustee boards that join the PMI Trustee Group. This includes the ability to sign up for collective training to be recognised by the PMI and for trustee boards to be issued with a PMI Trustee Group Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certificate as an independent verification. The scheme is designed to support trustees’ ongoing development, help raise governance and operational management standards and recognise the excellent training and development work carried out by the majority of trustee boards.
“Obtaining the PMI’s Certificate of CPD will allow the Boards to demonstrate more formally to the scheme members, the training and development undertaken during the previous year, which is particularly helpful at a time when greater emphasis is being placed on good scheme governance.”
Grant Lore, Group Pensions Director at Thomas Miller & Co. Limited
"Since signing up to the PMI Trustee Group, the trustee board not only has access to technical material from a respected industry body, but more crucially, as Secretary to the Trustees I am now able to certify the trustees' CPD records."
Ian Armitage, Board Secretary to the Trustees, Blackwell's Pension Fund
Becoming a PMI Trustee Group Member
The 2017 subscription fee is £120 per individual member or £70 for each member of a whole trustee board. To apply please complete the application form and the payment form.
When to apply
PMI Trustee Group Membership runs from 1 January to 31 December – there are no pro rata rates but you can join at any time.
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Code of Professional Conduct
By joining the PMI Trustee Group you become a PMI member and are required to adhere to our Code of Professional Conduct. Click here for further information.