Emma Douglas named as next PLSA chair

Policy board chair takes over from Richard Butcher at the PLSA’s AGM in October

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Emma Douglas is currently policy board chair

Emma Douglas is currently policy board chair

Emma Douglas has been confirmed as the next chair of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), taking over from Richard Butcher whose four-year term ends in October.

Douglas will step down from her role as chair of the PLSA policy board, a position she has heldsince its launch in 2018, creating a vacancy. Her selection as overall PLSA chair was made by a subcommittee...

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