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5 May 2021

The future state of pension scheme boards

Insight Partner

A year on from the introduction of social distancing and working from home as part of our daily life, we would like to reflect on how bards, more specifically pension scheme trust boards, have responded to this new working environment and the impact it has had on processes, structure and overall efficiency.

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Last update: 10 June 2021

Tim Middleton
Tim Middleton
PMI
Director of Policy and External Affairs
Robert Barhnam-Brown
Robert Barhnam-Brown
OnBoard
Head of Customer Services
Adarsh Mantravadi
Adarsh Mantravadi
OnBoard
Director of Business Development and Government Strategy
Adrian Campbell
Adrian Campbell
Dalriada Trustees
Professional Trustee

Assistant Pensions Investment Consultant - Berkshire

Salary: £31500 - £37000 pa

Location: Berkshire

Senior Pensions Governance and Secretariat Consultant

Salary: £70000 - £90000 pa

Location: Hampshire

Senior Pensions Analyst

Salary: £55000 - £75000 pa

Location: London

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