PIMFA's senior policy adviser Caroline Escott has left the newly merged trade body to join the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) as defined benefit and investment policy lead.
In her new role, Escott (pictured) will lead the association's investment-related public policy, research and publication work. The PLSA explained she would focus on "promoting a sustainable, long-term...
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