Companies lose out on substantive opportunities for pension leadership when they don’t actively engage in understanding the law. For those running businesses, leadership decisions need to incorporate new definitions of fiduciary duty and the public trust that take into account both local and global ideals, even if they are nowhere near insolvency.
So how can pension managers best use the law to create best practice
frameworks for pension strategies?
In this paper, we’ll look at why the law is challenging to navigate when it comes to pension management, but why shifting towards leadership allows businesses to leverage the law in a positive way. How can we best use the law to create hope for our collective futures? We’ll explore why business leaders need to create their own sustainable pension plans, relying on their own ideals and values.