Eleanor Daplyn discusses trustee pay falls as workload ramps up


The average pension scheme trustee is being asked to dedicate more working days than ever to the running of a scheme, and is being paid less to do so, a survey released on Thursday has suggested.

Consultancy PwC found that the salary gap between board members and trustee chairs has closed slightly, with the latter’s higher pay reflecting an average of more than 30 expected working days a year.

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