One of the things that our members always tell us is that the greatest contribution they can make as member nominated trustees is asking the questions that no one else is prepared to ask.
There have been tumultuous shifts in the political, economic and pensions landscape since TPR’s inception 12 years ago.
It was as I was coming back to Brighton from my home in Somerset last weekend that it finally dawned on me.
It’s the start of a new financial year and we’ve just published our annual Corporate Plan.
According to Joris Toonders of Dutch internet marketing company Yonego, data is the new oil in the digital economy – writes Margaret Snowdon OBE, Chair of PASA and Non-Executive Director of TPR, in a guest blog.
Let’s not mince words, scamming is a criminal activity. And let’s also be honest that the theft of consumers’ pension savings has proved hard to prevent under the current legislative and regulatory framework.
I recently spoke at the Association of Consulting Actuaries’ conference about the work we do at TPR and some of the challenges we face in the current economic and political climate.
The roll out of automatic enrolment has been accompanied by a succession of doom-laden prophecies that haven’t come true.
Recent front-page news involving pension schemes means more people than ever are aware of TPR.
It is clear from our 21st century trusteeship and governance1 research that the quality of trustee governance and administration is patchy.