The Pension Superfund names Asset and Liability Management Committee

The Pension Superfund (PSF) has announced the make up of its Asset and Liability Management (ALM) Committee.

The committee will look to provide strategic and operational recommendations to the PSF’s Joint Investment Committee as part of the superfund’s governance procedures.

PSF managing partners and co-founders, Edmund Truell and Luke Webster, will be joined on the committee by Aberdeen Standard Investments chair and former Prudential Regulatory Authority Practitioner Panel chair, Martin Gilbert.

Boarders to Coast chair and Nest non-executive director, Chris Hitchen, was also named on the panel, alongside NB Private Equity and Ekins Guinness chair and former Deutsche Bank investment banking vice chair, William Maltby.

“We are very fortunate to have such a wide range of investment and pensions expertise on our ALM Committee,” commented Webster.

“It means we have access to the very best ideas, experience and advice and is an important aspect of the added value which scheme members joining the superfund will benefit from.”

Other members named on the committee include serial entrepreneur, Ian Edward, Finnish Nokia vice-chair, Kari Stadigh, and German Hannover Re Group former CEO, Wolf Becke.

The committee hires follow The Pensions Regulator’s recently launched interim regulatory regime for defined benefit (DB) pension consolidators.

The regulations provided information on the guidelines and assessments required for DB consolidation vehicles to operate.

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