Three places will soon be available on the PLSA’s Policy Board, which guides and decides on the association’s public policy positions. Its remit stretches across all our policy work on pensions and lifetime savings. Our goal is to shape the policy agenda for all aspects of retirement income.
We are looking for the sector’s most senior and experienced thought leaders and experts. They will be guided by the chair of the PLSA Policy Board, John Chilman, CEO, Railpen, and join participants from across the PLSA’s membership, in particular pension funds from the DB, DC, LGPS, and master trust sectors, and PLSA business members such as employee benefits consultants and law firms.
Find out more about the criteria for selection and how to apply.
The Policy Board normally meets four times a year. Some of its members will also be asked to chair policy committees that ordinarily meet three times per year.
By harnessing members’ experience and understanding in this way, we will be able to put forward well-argued policies on behalf of our members in pursuit of our mission to help everyone achieve a better income in retirement.
The PLSA Policy Board is an important and influential body and we hope a wide variety of PLSA members will want to take up the three places available. In light of the current composition of the Policy Board, we expect to appoint three candidates likely to work for DC master trusts or for large DB pension funds.
The deadline for applications is 28 July 2023. Please send applications to [email protected].