The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) is calling for nominations for the new Chair of its Policy Board.
The Policy Board Chair will oversee the PLSA’s policy programme, provide leadership in bringing a diverse range of members together behind common policy goals, and represent the PLSA’s membership in policy making.
It is expected the Policy Board Chair will serve an initial term of three years and may serve an additional term of up to three years by agreement with the PLSA Board. They will also become a non-executive director on the PLSA Board.
The successful nominee will commence in their role following the association’s annual general meeting on Thursday 14 October, when existing Policy Board Chair, Emma Douglas, will commence in her new role as Chair of the PLSA Board.
The position is open to all PLSA members and nominations will close on 20 August 2021. Details about how to apply and further information about the requirements and selection process are available via the PLSA website.
Julian Mund, Chief Executive of the PLSA, said: “The PLSA Policy Board is an important and influential body which plays a crucial role in setting a strong public policy agenda and shaping the future of pensions and retirement income in this country.
“The right person for the role will have a very strong background in pension scheme regulation, policy and strategy and will be expected to be a respected representative of our broad and diverse membership. They will help lead the formation of policy positions and will be passionate in helping everyone achieve a better income in retirement.”
Mark Smith, Senior PR Manager
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Steven Kennedy, Senior PR Manager
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