Charlie Massey, The Pensions Regulator's executive director for strategic development, is to leave after completing a three-year secondment from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
He will return to the DWP as capability director and take responsibility for building skills in the areas of leadership, strategy and delivery.
Massey headed the DWP division that created The Pensions Regulator and Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and previously worked in the Prime Minister's strategy unit where he led projects on drugs and childcare.
Chris Dobson, director of corporate development at the Personal Accounts Delivery Authority (PADA), will replace Massy on a six-week secondment. He previously worked as head of the secretariat to the Pensions Commission.
To comment on this story contact:
Tel: 020 7034 2679
E-mail: [email protected]
Partner Insight: Cathi Harrison, director of para-sols and Apricity and Clare Farrell managing director at Northfield Wealth met in London recently to discuss how to stay on top of regulatory risk.
CEO labels whistle-blower as 'brave'
Adds up to £130m FUM
Our weekly heads-up for advisers
Think tank report