The Local Government Pension Scheme Local Pension Board comprises six members. Three represent scheme employers and three represent scheme members. Membership is as follows:
|Councillor Ian Manning||County Councillorfirstname.lastname@example.org||May 2017|
|Councillor Simon King||County Councillor||simon.king@cambridgeshire.
|Councillor Denis Payne||Histon and Impington Parish Council||February 2017|
|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?
The process for appointing members was agreed by the Council in March 2015. Details of the process used are set in the report to council.
What does the Local Pension Board do?
The role of the Board is to assist Cambridgeshire County Council (the administering authority) by making sure it is administering the Local Government Pension Scheme effectively and efficiently and, in doing so, is complying with relevant laws and regulations. It will do this by reviewing the policies and practices that the administering authority has adopted and checking them against the applicable regulations, as well as comparing them to examples of best practice elsewhere. The Board comprises three Employer Representatives and three Scheme Member Representatives. The two County Councillor representatives are appointed by Cambridgeshire County Council full Council and all other positions are appointed via an open and transparent selection process. The terms of reference for the Local Pension Board are set out in the Council’s constitution available here.
Agendas Reports and Minutes
Can be found here
Annual Report 2016 – 2017
For Policies and Strategies relating to the Cambridgeshire Pension Fund Committee please see Cambridgeshire Key Documents