UK - Penny Green, the past president of the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and chief executive of Superannuation Arrangements of the University of London (SAUL), has joined BESTrustees team of independent trustees.
Green will combine her new independent trustee duties with her role at SAUL Trustee Company, where she is responsible for the benefits of some 25,000 members and over £1.1bn in assets.
BESTrustees managing director Clive Gilchrist said: “She has demonstrated her commitment to occupational pensions with her long involvement with the PMI and her work with the Pensions Advisory Service. She will be an invaluable addition to any trustee board.”
Before joining SAUL, Green was deputy chief executive of The Pensions Advisory Service formerly known as OPAS.
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