Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees

A body elected or appointed to govern a nonprofit organization. It establishes general policies for the organization, manages its finances and hires/fires major executives. A board of trustees is usually a self-perpetuating body.
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Professional trustees can contribute a significant amount in terms of expertise and experience to a trustee board and it is crucial that schemes and employers can have confidence in any professional trustee that they appoint.
In any case, many trustee boards are chaired by the company's finance director, who wants to keep an eye on the scheme's investments and can do so in a money purchase scheme without risking the conflicts of interest that can arise when pensions are linked to final salaries and the company shoulders the entire investment risk.
The outsourcing of this role to professionals is perhaps the biggest benefit to trustee boards "
He has worked with both DB and DC schemes and chairing trustee boards, he continues to chair the pension scheme of his previous employer Xerox.
The issue, coupled with changes to pension regulations that make it increasingly difficult for company directors to manage conflicts of interest, could lead to a brain drain of valuable investment expertise from trustee boards, according to Aon Consulting, the pensions, benefits and HR consulting firm.
Venetia joins the team with over 10 years experience working with trustee boards, companies and pensions professionals.
Many trustee boards of large UK pension schemes still face corporate governance difficulties, according to a new study from accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers.