UK - The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has elected Penny Green as vice president for 2002/2004.
At the same time, Ian Eggleden was re-elected president and Roger Cobley re-elected honorary treasurer for 2002/2003. Vice presidents are elected for a two year term, so Tony Ashmore will continue to serve until July 2003.
The complete list of Officers for 2002/2003 is:
* President Ian Eggleden* Vice presidents Tony Ashmore and Penny Green* Honorary treasurer Roger Cobley
The PMI is the professional body for people working in the field of pensions and retirement related benefits. There are more than 4,400 individual members drawn from every pensions sector, including legal, management, administrative and consultancy.
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