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Emir Feisal reappointed to the Corporate Board


The Minister for Pensions has reappointed Emir Feisal to the Corporate Board for a further three years from 1 May 2024 until 30 April 2027.

Emir was originally appointed to the Board for three years with effect from 1 May 2021.

Caroline Rookes, Chair of The Pensions Ombudsman said:

“I am delighted to continue working with Emir. It is an important time for the Corporate Board as we start to review our strategic objectives to ensure they are fit for purpose and meet the needs of both our customers and our stakeholders. I am very pleased that we will be able to take full advantage of Emir’s wealth of experience in this endeavour.”

More information about each of the Non-Executive Directors can be found on the ‘Our Ombudsmen and governance structure’ section on our 'Who We Are' page. 

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