Membership of the Pensions Board 2021/2022
- Leah Evans (Chair)
- Debra Webb (Deputy Chair)
- Glyn Bradley (Chair, Research Sub-committee)
- Sarah Brough (Chair, Lifelong Learning Sub-committee)
- Maribel Vasquez Flores (Council Representative)
- Jane Biggerstaff
- Simon Bramwell
- Emma Clare
- Steven Dicker
- Simon Gilliat
- Iain McLellan
- Danny Quant
- Anne-Marie Winton
The Board operates within a Terms of Reference and supports the IFoA's Council in the delivery of its corporate strategy.
The Pensions Board is supported by three sub-committees with a primary focus:
- Pensions Life Long Learning sub-committee: supports members, in the UK and overseas, and promotes high standards of actuarial practice in pensions
- Pensions Consultations sub-committee: works with the Public Affairs Directorate on responses to external consultations relating to pensions
- Pensions Research sub-committee: stimulates and provides a focal point for knowledge development, particularly research.
How to join the Pensions Board or one of its sub-committees
All vacancies arising on Boards and their sub-committees are advertised on our volunteer vacancies web page. Further information for volunteers, including tips on how to chair a meeting, can be found in the Volunteer Information Pack (VIP).
- 1 November 2017
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