Welcome to the Association of Member Nominated Trustees
The Association of Member Nominated Trustees was formed in September 2010 in response to the need for member nominees to be more appropriately supported, thereby enabling them to make a greater and more active contribution to scheme governance, and to more effectively voice their collective opinions.
The organisation is in formative, launch stage and is now seeking membership, operational support and backing. It aspires to become a positive force in the UK pensions industry, contributing fresh thinking and a practical, collegiate approach to the many challenges that are faced.
This website was launched in September 2011 and provides information on the association for members and anyone else interested in the AMNT.
If you are already a member, you will soon be able to log in to our members' section, with resources and discussion groups. We will inform you of how to gain access as soon as this part of the site is operational.
If you are interested in becoming a member of either organisation, please use the links at the top of the page to do so.
What are the aims of the association?
- To support the development of member nominees and to enable them to perform their role to the best of their ability.
- To provide member nominees with a collective voice, and if desired, to lobby on pension matters with the Pensions Regulator, within the pensions industry and through the professional associations and trade bodies.
- To provide or guide access to training services which meet member nominees’ needs.
- To help identify and champion best practice among pension schemes – including scheme governance, performance and communications.
- To provide a networking environment through which member nominees can share their experiences and challenges with other member nominees in confidence.
- To provide support for sponsors through targeted services – including for example a member nominee selection process.
- To conduct research or studies which may help MNs become more effective in their performance.
How will these aims be delivered?
- Through a website which will act as a communications hub and resource portal – with free access to selected technical information, guidance and downloads.
- Through links to the capabilities offered through external social networks.
- Through links to information and training opportunities.
- Through meetings and seminars held around the country.
- Through participation in conferences and industry events.
- Through services supplied by the ‘Friends of’ the association.