The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has appointment Caroline Escott as Defined Benefit and Investment Policy Lead – reporting to Joe Dabrowski (Head of Governance & Investment).
In her new role, Caroline will lead the Association’s investment related public policy, research and publication work. She will focus on promoting a sustainable, long-term investment environment for members while supporting the broad aim of improving the value received by pension’s investors.
Prior to joining the PLSA, Caroline worked as a Senior Policy Adviser for PIMFA – Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (formerly APFA). She has also worked at Hume Brophy, the UK Sustainable Investment & Finance Association (UKSIF) and as a Parliamentary Researcher.
Joe Dabrowski, Head of Governance & Investment at the PLSA, commented:
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“We are pleased to welcome Caroline to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association. She brings a wealth of knowledge of not just investments but also the wider financial services arena which will make her a valuable addition to our team. The PLSA works hard to represent its members and develop the market, I look forward to working with her on this challenge.”
Caroline Escott, Defined Benefit and Investment Policy Lead at the PLSA, said:
“The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association is at the forefront of developments in the pensions market. I am therefore delighted to join the team to lead the association’s investment related public policy, research and publication work. There is a significant amount which needs to be achieved to push the market further and I look forward to working with the PLSA team and members to achieve this.”