The National Association of Pension Funds has appointed Robin Ellison as its next company chairman, replacing Terry Faulkner who will step down at the next NAPF Annual Conference in May 2005.
A member of the NAPF Benefits Council, Ellison is also head of strategic development for pensions at Pinsents, as well as being a director of the boards of companies, including Pendragon Professional Information and a trustee of several pension funds.
Ellison is also a member of the Confederation of British Industry Pensions Panel and was a founder of the Association of Pensions Lawyers.
Ellison said: “With legislation now in place, there are still ongoing concerns with issues such as the Financial Assistance Scheme and the Pensions Protection Fund. The NAPF is determined that its members’ voice continues to be heeded and I look forward to continuing the good work done by my predecessors."IFAonline
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