Pensions Regulator Aims To Get Tougher With New Chief
Law360, London (December 18, 2018, 7:30 PM GMT) -- Britain’s pensions regulator said on Tuesday that it has appointed a new chief executive to a four-year term as it braces itself for looming challenges, including an upcoming pensions bill.
Charles Counsell will replace Lesley Titcomb, who leaves in February after four years at the rudder of The Pensions Regulator. Counsell will join the watchdog in April from the government-supported Money Advice Service, where he is chief executive.
Counsell said the watchdog’s work was increasingly important at a time when millions more people are saving into workplace pensions.
“The pensions landscape is changing. With more people saving into defined contribution than...
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