LPP Chief Executive Susan Martin to step down

1 May 2019

LPP publishes on its website:

“LPP today confirms that Susan Martin, CEO of Local Pensions Partnership (LPP), has resigned. Susan Martin, who has been with LPP for three years and with a founder shareholder London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) for nine years, latterly as chief executive, left LPP yesterday.

Martin, a strong advocate of asset and liability management, was one of the architects of LPP and a recipient of an industry achievement award in recognition of her wide contribution. “

Michael O’Higgins, Chair of Local Pensions Partnership, said:“We’d like to thank Susan for her significant contribution to the establishment and success of LPP and wish her the very best for the future.”

Chris Rule has been appointed as Interim CEO, LPP. Rule has been with the business since inception where he has led its investment activities as MD and CIO of LPP Investments Ltd (LPPI), LPP’s regulated investment management subsidiary. Rule retains his responsibilities at LPPI alongside his new LPP CEO responsibilities.”

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