Guy Opperman reappointed as pensions minister

Pensions team stays put while local government department sees shake-up

James Phillips
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Pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman. Photo: UK Parliament
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Pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman. Photo: UK Parliament

Guy Opperman has been reappointed as pensions and financial inclusion minister after a reshuffle that saw the governmental pensions team largely unchanged.

Minister since 2017, Opperman has spearheaded multiple pensions policy initiatives, including dashboards, collective defined contribution, superfunds, and simpler statements. Writing on Twitter yesterday...

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