PSF adds Margaret Snowdon to board

Pensions Administration Standards Association (Pasa) president, Margaret Snowdon, has been appointed to the board of the Pension SuperFund (PSF), with effect from 1 December.

Snowdon’s career in the industry has spanned more than four decades and she has recently served as a member of the Phoenix Group IGC and With-Profits Committees, the ReAssure Fairness Committee and as a non-executive director of XPS Pensions Group.

She also spent a four-year stint as a non-executive director for The Pensions Regulator, leaving in May of this year, and is an independent member of the steering group for the HM Treasury Pensions Dashboard project.

Snowdon is a fellow and former vice-president of the Pensions Management Institute, where she aided in the development of pensions professional training and examinations, and she currently leads on scams prevention with her chairship of the Pension Scams Industry Group.

PSF board of trustees chairman, Richard Wohanka, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Margaret to the board of trustees at PSF.

“Her track record is hugely impressive in both pensions and financial services, and this appointment further strengthens a high-class roster of pension professionals to ensure first-class leadership and governance for what is a very exciting time for the superfunds landscape.”

Snowdon added: “I am delighted to join PSF and look forward to helping ensure that defined benefit consolidation is a success, delivering better member outcomes, while removing a burden from employers.”

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