Smart Pension gets first ESG head as funds launch looms

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Rachel Neill: “Pension savers, and particularly younger members, are becoming more interested in where their pension savings are being invested”
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Rachel Neill: “Pension savers, and particularly younger members, are becoming more interested in where their pension savings are being invested”

Rachel Neill has been appointed as Smart Pension's first head of environmental, social and governance (ESG) as it plans to launch responsible investment funds.

She was promoted to the newly-created position in June, after joining the master trust as a product manager in 2017. Prior to joining Smart Pension, Neill held a number of management roles including...

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