Articles - Practical steps in using cost transparency data

A panel of pension schemes share insight into how they are using cost transparency to drive governance and decision making. With the CTI templates in their second year, data availability and collection is a well-practiced path. The next milestone for trustees and pension scheme managers is the assessment and interpretation of data and data quality to make meaningful governance decisions.

Scott Foster, Product Specialist, cost transparency, CACEIS
Darren Hay, Head of Operations, Brunel Pension Partnership
Vanisha Thanawala, Head of Execution Oversight, Universities Superannuation Scheme
Duncan Willsher, Trustee Director, 20-20 trustees
Chaired by: Alyshia Harrington-Clark, Policy Lead: DC, PLSA


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