Occupational Pension Schemes Trustees

A trustee (a person or company, acting separately from an employer, who holds assets for the beneficiaries of the pension scheme) of an Occupational Pension Scheme (as defined in the Pension Schemes (Northern Ireland) Act 1993) has a number of employment rights, which includes the right to time off to attend to their duties as a trustee and the right not to suffer a detriment or be dismissed for exercising or proposing to exercise these rights.  The role of a Trustee is to ensure that the pension scheme is properly managed and member’s benefits are kept secure.

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