Border to Coast Pensions Partnership appoints three new non-executive directors

28 February 2020

Border to Coast Pensions Partnership publishes on its website:

“Border to Coast Pensions Partnership (“Border to Coast”), one of the largest public sector pension pools in the UK, has appointed three new members of its Board – Andrew November, Councillor John Holtby and Councillor Jeffrey Watson. Two existing non-executive directors, Enid Rowlands and Sue Ellis, have also announced their decision to retire from the Board.

Chris Hitchen, Chairman of Border to Coast, said, “Our three new Non-Executive Directors will give us a wealth of insight and experience as Border to Coast, a customer owned and customer focussed organisation, continues to deliver for our Partner Funds. I would also like to thank Enid and Sue for their huge contribution over the last [two] years. It’s in no small part due to their support and guidance that we have achieved what we have in such a short space of time.”

Councillor Doug McMurdo, Chair of the Border to Coast Joint Committee and of Bedfordshire Pension Fund (LGPS) said, “These appointments demonstrate the ongoing close connection between Border to Coast and its twelve local government owners as it delivers on its purpose to deliver sustainable investment returns.”

Border to Coast believes in the benefits of diversity of thought and is a member 30% Club’s Investor Group. Whilst the gender balance on the Board will fluctuate over time, after these changes it will consist of three women and four men, with one vacancy left to fill.”

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