Legal & General Investment Management has appointed Kim Brown as pension scheme director for the L&G Master Trust and the Independent Governance Committee (IGC). She replaces Adrian Spann.
Brown joins from The Pensions Regulator where she was head of master trust authorisation and supervision.
She has worked at the regulator for more than ten years, implementing new legislation and leading the regulatory transactions team, as well as managing complex cases, according to LGIM.
Most recently she led the design and implementation of Master Trust Authorisation. A master trust is an occupational pension scheme for multiple non-associated employers.
At LGIM, she will oversee the team that supports the L&G Mastertrust board and IGC members.
Emma Douglas, head of defined contribution at LGIM said: “As the L&G Mastertrust approaches £10 billion of assets and nearly one million scheme members, her immense technical and supervisory knowledge will help us to keep pace with cutting-edge pension scheme developments.”
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