Pension trustees' duties of care and skill

This note considers pension trustees' duties of care and skill arising under common law, statute and the regulatory regime. It includes practical points that trustees should bear in mind when complying with these duties and a summary of the consequences of breach.

Jonathan Evans QC and Emily McKechnie, Wilberforce Chambers


 

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