People’s Partnership, which provides The People’s Pension to one-in-five UK workers, has appointed Laura Chappell as a Non-Executive Director.
Laura is a prominent pensions industry figure, with 30 years’ experience in asset management, and is currently Chief Executive of Brunel Pension Partnership, which she helped to set up six years ago. Her appointment is the latest move to further enhance the Board’s expertise, reflecting People’s Partnership’s position as one of the UK’s largest workplace pension providers.
Commenting on her appointment, Laura said:
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Board at such an exciting time for both People’s Partnership and UK pensions in general. The fact that more than six million people look to us to help them build financial foundations for life shows we have a significant role to play in improving the wealth of the nation. I’m delighted to be involved in the next step of the organisation’s remarkable journey.”
Jim Islam, Chair of the People’s Partnership Board, said:
“Laura’s appointment is fantastic news for the millions of members of The People’s Pension due to her rich and varied experience. She shares our view that the savers’ best interests must be at the heart of every decision we take and is equally passionate about strengthening financial resilience across the UK.”
Note to editors:
People’s Partnership is a profit-for-people organisation. It provides The People’s Pension, a leading workplace pension scheme, serving more than six million pension savers across the UK and manages £21bn in assets. As a business without shareholders, it reinvests its profits with the aim to help customers and achieve better financial outcomes for everyone.