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The changing face of pensions

9 Nov 2015
Tags: Pensions

Recent changes to pension freedoms are great news for some - but are they a headache for trustees? Ian Gutteridge explains.


The changing face of pensions

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Getting communications right in a media crisis is vital, says Will Spratt.


A chair seeks advice from Ros Oakley on the benefits of trustees with business experience.

Board ethics

Alzheimer's Society trustee, Joy Allen, looks at culture and values on the board.

Social care

The legal landscape for organisations providing social care services has changed dramatically in recent months. Selman Ansari looks at the impact.

Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.

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Andrew Studd

There is much confusion about the role of members in a company limited by guarantee. Andrew Studd explains.

Family Workplace

A frustrated chair questions Ali Peck on the legality of nepotism at a charity.

Karen Brown, chair, Oxfam

Oxfam chair Karen Brown gives her top tips on achieving a harmonious relationship between chief executive and chair.

Frustrated chair

A frustrated chair seeks advice on how much time to put into the role.

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