Emma Douglas named as next PLSA chair

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

James Phillips
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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 sub...

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