“Ian has added more value than we thought he would at the start… which shows it pays to go with someone who is doing the job of a professional trustee as their bread and butter.”
“They deliver above expectation when the scheme has a particular challenge.”
“In any major corporate transaction, time is of the essence. HR Trustees’ pragmatic commercial approach helped us manage the pensions aspects of our group re-structure to ensure a positive outcome for all parties. ”
“When requesting information by email, I have noticed that there is 'out of hours activity' to answer me. I regard this as a stand out 'above and beyond' - impressed.”
“So much more proactive than the previous company. On the ball - thinking in advance of things needing doing - very proactive.”
“I enjoy working with PSIT and we have a very positive relationship. I was new to pensions and found them very helpful.”
Our sole trustee schemes are defined benefit (DB), defined contribution (DC) or hybrid and many face common complexities and challenges, for example:
Taking away the governance, day-to-day operations and cost of a full pension trustee board and replacing it with a skilled, dedicated professional sole trustee can make it a lot easier and efficient for everyone. An experienced sole trustee establishes the right focus and governance, provides wide market knowledge to draw on and ensures an effective working relationship with the pension scheme sponsor.
We have knowledge sharing, a team based approach that ensures at least two named individuals will have a detailed knowledge of your scheme and its activities. This ensures that, at any time, there are team members available familiar with your scheme available to respond to queries, manage the advisers and progress trustee business.
To discuss whether a sole trustee appointment is the right route for your pension scheme, please contact us.
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