B&CE has announced it has appointed Jim Islam and Jim McKinnon to its board of directors.
Islam joins from Lloyd's where is head of group finance, a role he took on in November 2016, and is currently a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, while McKinnon (pictured) is the owner of his own business, JF McKinnon Consulting LTD, a role he took on in 2015.
B&CE board chairman Babloo Ramamurthy, commented: "They'll both bring a wealth of experience between them that will enable us to continue strengthening the business and achieve our long-term strategic aims."
Previously, Islam held a number of senior roles at Legal & General from 2009 to 2016, including chief executive of unit trusts, and managing director of its corporate business division, where he worked on its pensions auto-enrolment proposition.
McKinnon has over 40 years' experience at US-based Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, where he was chief information officer until leaving three years ago. He returned to the UK in 2015, and currently holds trustee and director roles at Compton Care Group, and is a voluntary business mentor with The Prince's Trust.
"B&CE has played a key role in the success of auto-enrolment pensions in the UK," said Islam. "I'm really looking forward to playing my part in that."
McKinnon added that he was excited to be joining the board to help B&CE continue its mission by putting members at the core what they do.
"B&CE has an exciting vision for the future, which I'm looking forward to being involved in," he said.
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