Pension trustee exoneration and indemnity clauses

Trustee exoneration and indemnity clauses protect trustees from personal liability to scheme members and beneficiaries for breach of trust and negligence. This practice note considers the scope and construction of these clauses and examines alternative forms of trustee protection.
Arron Slocombe, Baker & McKenzie LLP


 

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