Archive for October 2005

Brian Spence

Ostriches are notorious for burying their head in the sand when danger approaches and company directors need to be vigilant to ensure that they guard against replicating this type of behaviour in their Boardroom. Only an ostrich can have failed to notice a rise in the importance of company pension schemes to corporate activity and the commensurate increased role of pension scheme Trustees. Given the provisions of the Pensions Act 2004 and the risk based approach adopted by the new Pensions Regulator I can only see the level of Trustees’ corporate involvement increasing so any degree of optimism that it can be ignored as a passing issue is undoubtedly misplaced. Read more »

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