15 July 2022
Capita Pension Solutions Limited, part of Capita plc’s Experience division, has appointed former UK Pensions Minister Baroness Ros Altmann as non-executive director.
Ros has over 40 years’ experience in the pensions, savings and investment industry and is an award-winning expert on later life issues – most notably pensions, long-term investment, finance, retirement planning and elderly care policy.
For years, Ros has worked to improve the administration of pension schemes for the benefit of providers, members and trustees. Her breadth of experience within the pensions sector – as an academic, investment manager, a NED, an adviser and a policy maker – will bring a unique and internationally-respected perspective to Capita’s board.
Capita Pension Solutions looks after more than 4.5 million members on behalf of 450 clients. The business was simplified in 2021 as part of Capita’s wider transformation, with Capita Pensions Solutions now focusing on administration, consulting and data remediation services following the sale of Master Trust.
The appointment of Ros to the board will further strengthen Capita Pension Solution’s commitment to executing the digital delivery and growth strategy of the business as well as working to improve data quality and administration in preparation for Pensions Dashboards.
Stuart Heatley, managing director of Capita Pension Solutions, said:
“Ros has long been recognised within the public and private sectors as an expert on pensions, later life and consumer-interest issues. I am thrilled to welcome her to our regulated board as a non-executive director.
“As Capita Pension Solutions continues to simplify its business model, Ros’s intimate knowledge of the issues that impact our clients and members will play a key role in our growth strategy to focus on administration, consulting and data remediation services.”Source: Capita
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