UK - The Pensions Regulator chairman David Norgrove will step down from his role when his second term in post ends on 31 December.
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith will begin recruitment for a successor in September, to have a new chairman in place for the beginning of January, next year.
TPR will also coordinate recruitment for its new chief executive with this timeframe, so the new chairman can be involved in the selection process.
Former chief executive Tony Hobman quit his post in April to become chief executive at the Consumer Financial Education Body. He was in the post for five years.
Pensions minister Steve Webb said: "The regulator plays a crucial role protecting pension scheme members while ensuring Britain has a vibrant pensions industry.
"I have very much enjoyed working with David Norgrove. I am grateful to him for completing, as planned, his second full three-year term and for the considerable contribution he has made."
Norgrove was appointed as the first chairman of TPR in January 2005. He was reappointed in 2008 and will remain in post until his three-year term ends.
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