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Navigating the key issues facing schemes in 2022
16 February 2022

Navigating the key issues facing schemes in 2022

Insight Partner

Welcome to the second issue of the Annual UK Fiduciary Management Survey from the PMI in conjunction with Schroders Solutions.

Many of the issues we identified over the past year, were again key focuses for trustees looking ahead, with sustainability, illiquid assets and long-term funding at the top of the agenda.

Today’s 2022 survey findings will not only help trustees plan and prioritise but it will also help service providers to understand how best to work with them to develop solutions and services that match their changing needs.

We hope you enjoy reading the findings.

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Last update: 14 March 2022

Ronan O’Riordan
Ronan O’Riordan
Schroders Solutions
Head of Fiduciary Management Business Development
Ajeet Manjrekar
Ajeet Manjrekar
Schroders Solutions
Head of UK Client Solutions
Gareth Tancred
Gareth Tancred
PMI
Chief Executive Officer

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