UK - Terry Faulkner has been elected as the next chairman of the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).
He will take over from the current chairman Peter Thompson in May 2003.
Faulkner is chairman of the NAPF benefits council, a director of the NAPF and a trustee of the NAPF pension scheme.
Commenting on his election, Faulkner said: “I am delighted to be taking on this role at such a critical time in the development of UK pension provision.
“The NAPF will play a central role in the ongoing debate over pensions, and I look forward to working with the Association’s Members and staff in driving this debate forward.”
Faulkner is group pensions and benefits manager of consumer packaging company Rexam, overseeing its benefits globally. He is also a fellow of the Pensions Management Institute and a former OPAS adviser.
Previously, he was responsible for UK and European benefits at Nortel Networks, and was group pensions manager at both Johnson Matthey and Unigate (now Uniq). He also held several roles at BOC, New Towns Pension Fund and Vauxhall Motors.
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