Maggie is a member nominated trustee (MNT) of the Church of England Pensions Board, which has over £3bn AUM and 41,000 members. She currently chairs the Audit and Risk Committee for the Pensions Board.
The AMNT is a network organisation supporting the work of member nominated trustees of UK pension schemes. The association now has more than 800 members from over 550 pension schemes. And for the first time the collective assets of the members' pension schemes totals more than £1trn.
Maggie is an accountant by profession. She worked for the Church Commissioners in a variety of administrative and financial roles over a 22-year period, before becoming the management accountant to the Archbishops Council in 1999. Leaving the employ of the church in 2005, she then served as Finance Director of St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow & Brent) and as a MNT and director of TPT Retirement Solutions. After retirement, she became a board member (MNT) of the Church of England Pensions Board in 2016 and was re-elected for a second term earlier this year.
John Ball, CEO of the Church of England Pensions Board, said: “Maggie is a diligent trustee and Audit Committee Chair. She takes her role as a member-nominated pension trustee seriously and I am delighted that she has been elected as co-chair of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees.”