PMI announces partnership with NextGen

The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has announced a partnership with NextGen, which is expected to help support the voice of the next generation of pension professionals.

The partnership will see the two groups collaborate on a series of projects and provide opportunities to learn and network.

It represents the latest in a series of collaborations by NextGen, which the industry group stated helps to ensure the voice of the next generation is represented "as widely as possible".

Commenting on the partnership, NextGen chair, Anna Copestake, said: “NextGen are thrilled to have PMI become one of its valued industry partners.

“They’re all about ‘moving pensions forward.’ We’re committed to giving fresh ideas a voice and helping new talent in pensions. It’s a perfect fit.

“Working together we can be a more effective force for change and space for our members to grow.”

PMI CEO, Gareth Tancred, added: This is an exciting opportunity for the PMI and NextGen to give the next generation of professionals across pensions, savings and investments more opportunities to learn and network.

"We look forward to creating a space for the future thinkers of the pensions industry.”

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