R&M named Fiduciary Management Firm of the Year – Pensions Age Awards 2021
River and Mercantile is delighted to have been awarded Fiduciary Management Firm of the Year at the Pensions Age Awards 2021.
The Pensions Age Awards aim to reward both the pension schemes and the pension providers across the UK that have proved themselves worthy of recognition in these increasingly challenging economic times.
The judges noted is was "a sophisticated entry which showcased a firm which understands fiduciary management, dedicated to offering evolving solutions to meet client needs".
A couple of pictures from the evening below.
One of the key developments in the last year has been the transformative shift to better transparency with more timely sharing of information with clients. This covers the full spectrum from ESG and climate risk analytics, performance and attribution reporting, portfolio positioning and fees. Using the latest technology we empower trustees with the latest key info. Many clients have shifted away from the quarterly meeting cycle to one of continuous governance with shorter, more frequent meetings. Not only are trustees better informed to report to their stakeholders, but they can also focus on their key actions and decisions. Please watch the short video below to see these tools in action.
To find out further information about our fiduciary management services, please contact a member of the team.
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