The London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) has announced the appointment of Susan Martin, who takes over as the scheme's permanent chief executive.
Martin has been in the role on an interim basis since August 2013, having previously served as deputy CEO. LPFA, the largest local government pension scheme in the UK, with around $4.6 billion (approximately $7.5 billion) in assets under management, says that she has worked across a range of finance-related activities through a 20-year career.She joined LPFA in 2007.
Prior positions include, according to a personal statement in a Local Government Association nominations document, director of HR and corporate affairs and company secretary for Queen Victoria NHS Foundation Trust, as well as director of organizational development for Cancer Research UK.
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