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PLSA unveils new policy board

PLSA unveils new policy board

Mona Dohle
Wednesday 26th September 2018

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has confirmed the composition of its new 17-person policy board, which is tasked with shaping the organisation’s policy agenda.

Led by Emma Douglas, head of defined contribution (DC) at Legal & General Investment Management, the board aims to reflect a broader range of age groups and gender diversity, with more than half of board members being female.

Subject to approval by the PLSA’s annual general meeting in October, the board will include Anna Rogers from ARC Pensions Law, Teresa Fritz from Croydon Pension Fund, Laura Myers from Lane Clark & Peacock LLP, Jackie Peel from Mars UK and Brian Henderson from Mercer.

Chris Hogg from National Grid, Zoe Alexander from NEST, Nicola Mark from Norfolk Pension Fund and Adrian Boulding from Now: Pensions joins them.

As does Carol Young from Royal Bank of Scotland, Michael Watkins from Smart Pension, Jamie Jenkins from Standard Life, Neil Mason from Surrey County Council, and Gregg McClymont from The People’s Pension.

There are also seats for Mel Duffield from Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) and Rachel Brothwood from West Midlands Pension Fund.

Douglas (pictured) said: “After receiving 60 applications for the 16 positions, I am particularly pleased we were able to achieve such diversity across the membership.

“The make-up of the policy board not only reflects the breadth of the PLSA’s membership, but we also have a range of ages and backgrounds represented and more than 50% are female, which unfortunately can still be rare within our industry. I am very much looking forward to working with this group to shape the pensions and savings landscape for the benefit of both schemes and savers,” she adds.

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