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Pensions Board

Role of the Local Pensions Board

The role of the Local Pensions Board (the Board) is to assist in the good governance of the scheme through the monitoring of Fund performance and adherence to statutory duties.

The Board consists of six employer and six member representatives consisting of five employer (officer) and five member (trade union) representatives, together with two City of Wolverhampton councillors, with one sitting as an employer representative and one as a member representative.

The Board is not a decision-making body, nor does it hold a scrutiny function; its role is to assist in the compliance with scheme rules.

Following approval from the Secretary of State, the Board is a joint pension board with responsibility to assist in the good governance of both the West Midlands Pension Fund and the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority Pension Fund, which has now merged into the Main Fund.

Questions about the Pensions Board

If you have any questions about the West Midlands Pension Fund's Pensions Board, please contact our Governance Team by email at WMPFGovernance@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Agendas and all minutes of Pensions Board meetings can be found by visiting modern.gov

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