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Caroline Escott set to leave PLSA

16 Jun 2020

Caroline Escott is leaving the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) to take on a pension stewardship role at an undisclosed organisation.

Escott has been senior policy lead at the pensions industry trade body for just over three years, having recently been promoted.

Prior to working for the PLSA, she has been a senior policy adviser at PIMFA and has held roles at PR agency Hume Brophy and the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association.

In addition to her new role, Escott continues as a part-time independent director at Standard Life Master Trust.

The PLSA has started the search for her replacement.

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