TPT Retirement Solutions (TPT) has announced it has appointed three new members to the trustee board.
Andrew Newberry and Thomas Hague join as member-nominated directors, and Paul Oldroyd has been appointed as an employer-nominated director. All three joined the master trust provider's board in December last year.
They replace the following members who have stepped down: Colin Small, who was a client director, along with Richard Stroud and Maggie Roger, who were both member-nominated directors.
Meanwhile, Hague is currently employed by Procure Plus Holdings, a consortia that serves the social housing market in delivering cost and social benefits to client associations.
Oldroyd is a trustee at Tandem Group Pension Plan and a non-executive member of North Devon Homes' audit and risk committee. He was nominated by Guinness Partnership, where he was the director of governance and legal services, and group secretary until his retirement in April 2017.
TPT trustee board chairwoman Sarah Smart said: "I am delighted that we have been able to attract such high calibre people to join our board. Andrew, Thomas and Paul each bring unique insight and experience of the pensions sector and I know that their knowledge and skills will be greatly valued.
"I would also like to thank Colin, Richard and Maggie for their service to the board and wish them well for their future endeavours."
TPT has a two-tier board compromising of a supervisory trustee board, which oversees a management board responsible for the day to day running of the organisation.
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