Cambridgeshire Local Pension Board
Local Government Pension Scheme
Local Pension Board
|Councillor Ian Manning||County Councillorfirstname.lastname@example.org||May 2017|
|Councillor Simon King||County Councilloremail@example.com
|Councillor Denis Payne||Histon and Impington Parish Council||March 2015|
|David Brooks||Former Vice-Principal of the Thomas Deacon Academy||October 2015|
|Barry O’Sullivan||Cambridgeshire County Council Customer Service Advisor||May 2015|
|John Stokes||Former Senior Architectural Technologist||May 2015|
How are members recruited to the board?
What does the local pension board do?
The local pension board is the administering authority of the Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire local government pension scheme.
The board can assist the county council in securing compliance with the principal 2013 Pension Regulations, along with any other requirements imposed by the pensions regulator in relation to the scheme.
The board also has the authority to assist the administering authority in ensuring the effective and efficient governance and administration of the scheme.
The terms of reference for the local pension board are set out in the council’s constitution.