Appointments update 27 November 2019

Legal & General (L&G) Investment Management has announced the appointment of Kim Brown as pension scheme director for the L&G master trust and the Independent Governance Committee (IGC).

Joining the business in February 2020, Brown will be responsible for a dedicated team, supporting both the L&G master trust board and the IGC board members. Prior to this, Brown was head of master trust authorisation and supervision at The Pensions Regulator, where she worked for over 10 years.

UK Power Networks Group has appointed BlackRock as fiduciary manager for the Electricity Supply Pension Scheme (ESPS).

ESPS has over 15,000 members, and undertook a competitive tender process with IC Select before appointing the firm. The mandate is underpinned by Aladdin, BlackRock’s proprietary platform, designed to give trustees end-to-end transparency. The firm will also be providing trustee training and guidance, in addition to transition management services.

LawDeb Pension Trustees has announced the appointment of Jane Beverley as a trustee director.

Beverley joins the team from XPS pension group, where she was a principal and head of research. Previously she was a technical actuarial analyst at Hazell Carr Pensions Consulting. Beverley has been a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries since 2006 and has also been shortlisted twice for ‘Pensions Woman of the Year’.

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