Maps Advisory Board announces new members

The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has announced the appointment of four finance and technology executives to its Advisory Group.

The new members are: StepChange Debt Charity chief executive officer, Phil Andrew, Money Advice Trust chief executive, Joanna Elson CBE, CItzens Advice CEO, Clare Moriarty, and Natwest Group group chief financial officer, Katie Murray.

The Advisory Group, which was established in May 2020, helps to ensure that Maps delivers on its goal of helping everyone make the most of their money and pensions, and provides input on progress towards the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing’s ten-year goals.

Commenting on the new members, Maps chair, Sir Hector Sants, commented: “I am delighted to welcome Clare, Joanna, Katie and Phil on to the MaPS Advisory Group.

"They bring with them huge experience and thought-leadership from across the sector, as well as a commitment to improving financial wellbeing throughout the UK. I look forward to their challenge and value the wisdom they bring to the group.

“The Advisory Group was established in May 2020 and, since then, has provided invaluable input to MaPS’ thinking around our role in coordinating the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing, as well as the day-to-day delivery of our services through the new MoneyHelper brand.”

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