A recent independent survey found that actuarial fees are decreasing, and are considerably lower than those from five years ago. This drop in fees was attributed to the use of technology to deliver these services. It’s clear that technological advancements are changing the industry, so with all of the system choices available to trustees, now seems to be a good time to assess what defines a good daily valuation system and determine whether trustees are actually getting the best value for money for their specific scheme from the use of these tools. In an article published in September's PMI News, our very own Richard Smith takes a closer look at the industry to develop a 5 point checklist for trustees to analyse what's available to them. Download the full article from PMI News here: Daily valuations – what should trustees be getting out of these systems?
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by Colin Wheeler •