Remember, remember the 10th of December!

The CMA Orders require trustee boards of pension schemes to set clear strategic objectives by 10th December 2019. If this is not done the trustees cannot take advice from their investment adviser. Trustees need to act now – time is running out!

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Press Release: IC Select hires pension industry veteran, John Paterson.

IC Select, the fiduciary management specialists, have appointed pension veteran John Paterson as director following rapid growth in demand for its services. John, who joins from JLT Group a leading investment and actuarial consultancy, brings over 30 years’ experience of actuarial work, investment strategy and interaction with trustee boards. His technical and investment experience adds to the 100 years of investment and pension fund experience possessed by IC Select’s team.   The hire follows a surge in demand for independent advice following the Competition and Markets Authority Review (CMA Review) into investment consultants and fiduciary managers.

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UK fiduciary tenders pick up post-CMA investigation

IC Select like others are experiencing a sharp uptick in demand for tenders and oversight from trustees of  DB Pension Schemes following the recent issuance of the CMA orders. Click here to read more!

CMA's final tender rules appear weaker than expected, says expert

 The CMA review into investment consulting and fiduciary management is a game changer for trustees overseeing the assets of DB Pension Schemes. The orders came out yesterday and the clock is ticking for trustee boards to meet it’s compliance requirements. Check out this article in Ignites Europe to see some thoughts from IC Select's Donny Hay.

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PMI Article: Implementing the CMA Orders

DB trustee boards are not lazy or stupid, but for too long they have been starved of the necessary information and insights to make effective investment decisions...

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