Lancashire County Council, as administering authority of Lancashire County Pension Fund (LCPF), is seeking an Independent Investment Adviser to provide strategic advice to its Pension Fund Committee and Investment Panel.

LCPF is one of the largest funds within the Local Government Pension Scheme, with assets of over £10bn, and provides a means of pension savings for approximately 180,000 members and 300 employers. Assets of the Fund are managed by the Local Pensions Partnership Investments Limited, a venture between LCPF, Lancashire County Council and London Pensions Fund Authority.

The appointment will be effective from March 2022 and is made in advance of the stepping down of one of the Fund’s two current advisers in June 2022.

An information pack relating to this appointment can be found at: along with guidance on how to apply. Any questions should be directed to Sean Greene, Head of Fund,

The closing date for applications is Monday 31 January 2022. Interviews are expected to be held in February 2022.
Posted: 23/12/2021
Closes: 31/01/2022
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