The Department for Work and Pensions has re-appointed Sir Bryan Carsberg as chairman of the Pensions Compensation Board.
Carsberg, who has just completed his first term as chairman, will commence his second round on September 1st.
The Pensions Compensation Board was first introduced by the DWP in 1997 in the hopes it would provide some help to occupational pension schemes which has suffered considerable losses as a result of dishonesty.
Apart from a chairman, the Board consists of two Board members who are selected following consultation with organisations representative of employers and employees.IFAonline
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