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Pensions Aspect Magazine February 2024
2 February 2024

Pensions Aspect Magazine February 2024

Navigating the landscape of trusteeship

The PMI's Pensions Aspect Magazine February 2024 issue is out now!

The 53rd edition of Pensions Aspects magazine, February 2024 features the latest edition of our Student Essay Competition winners, this issue showcases the insightful contributions of three outstanding individuals within the pensions industry. In addition, renowned industry experts and thought leaders share their insights, addressing pivotal topics such as the changing nature of trusteeship, the evolving landscape of Defined Benefit pensions, and the paradigm shift in pension investment. Notably, Lou Davey from The Pensions Regulator emphasizes the importance of improving trusteeship in an ever-evolving pensions world, advocating for standards that go beyond the minimum.

Furthermore, our contributors shed light on the greater responsibilities trustees now face, emphasizing the need for stronger partnerships in the year 2024. Graham Hook and Mary Cahani of Invesco elaborate on the virtues of closer collaborations, while Johnathan Watts-Lay from WEALTH at Work discusses challenges members may encounter and the support they need to make informed decisions.

In this edition, we also explore the call for evidence from the Government regarding trustees' investment duties, pondering if current standards are sufficient. Additionally, Mark Tinsley FIA argues for a change in the rules of the game on surplus, reducing barriers to returning surplus for the benefit of all stakeholders.

As we delve into the articles and features presented, we invite you to explore the multifaceted perspectives and expert opinions that shape the discourse within the pensions industry. This issue aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in the realm of pensions, offering valuable insights for professionals and enthusiasts alike.

Welcome to Issue 53 of our Pensions Magazine, where knowledge meets innovation, and the future of pensions unfolds.

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