Posted by Kate Phizackerley on 22:41

I am a big fan of Web 2.0 and the use of crowd sourcing to help provide answers for free.  I run several blogs such as the Egyptology blog, News from the Valley of the Kings, and the help many people give me is wonderful.  I try to pay that back by helping the people who contact me and by releasing some open source software.

It is pleasing to see this developing within the pensions area.  I am aware of two initiatives, mallowstreet and Trusteeweb.  I have some reservations about their commercial links.  Those links pay for the service, but it is a difficult balance.  I cannot specifically recommend either of the services, but membership of a service like that may benefit many pension scheme trustees as it gives them networking opportunities.  By ethos, I am more inclined to ctn (charity trustee networks) which is a registered charity.  It is aimed more broadly at charity trustees.


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