Appointments update - 9 May 2022

The People’s Pension (TPP) has named Mark Condron as its new chair of the trustee.

Condron has already served for two years on TPP’s trustee board, and will succeed Steve Delo as of September this year. He has more than 30 years of experience in the pensions industry and has held a range of senior positions within pensions advisory and administration businesses. He is also a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and an accredited professional trustee.

LCP has appointed Lydia Fern as principal.

Joining from Capita, where she was head of pensions consulting, Fern brings over 20 years’ experience in the pensions industry to the role, now returning to the firm where she spent several years at the beginning of her career. She also previously created and headed up DC teams at Redington and Barclays, and has experience developing and improving client care programmes and making digital shifts.

The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has appointed Liz Woolman as a non-executive director.

Woolman joins with extensive experience in the pensions industry, having previously managed an extensive technology portfolio for BT group. She is also an accredited associate executive coach, and is currently non-executive director at both the Local Pensions Partnership Administration and Angle Saxons Friendly Society

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