Aegon has appointed Dougy Grant and Paul Bucksey to its independent governance committee (IGC).
Grant is managing director for existing business while Bucksey (pictured) is managing director for workplace.
They join existing independent members Ian Pittaway who is chairman, Jo Causon and Colin Richardson.
Grant also chairs Aegon's existing business management committee and is a member of its customer committee. The firm said his position on the IGC reaffirms the importance of offering value for money not only to platform customers but also to customers in traditional products on older systems.
Bucksey joined Aegon when it acquired BlackRock's defined contribution (DC) platform and administration business in August with around £12bn of assets and 350,000 customers. He had been in charge of BlackRock's UK DC business and is still a member of the asset manager's IGC.
Pittaway said: "I'm pleased to welcome Paul and Dougy as the new Aegon UK members and am confident we continue to have the right blend of skills collectively from across the pension and customer service industries to make sound judgements around value for money for Aegon UK's workplace pension customers."
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