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Top finance executives form a new advisory group to MaPS

Top executives from Tesco, Nest, Barclays, Lloyds, YBS and Aviva have come together to ensure the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) delivers its UK strategy for financial wellbeing.

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The strategy covers credit, debt, savings, pensions and financial education
The strategy covers credit, debt, savings, pensions and financial education

MaPS  is committed to providing access to the information and guidance people across the UK need, to make effective financial decisions over their lifetime.

 

The organisation brings together the free services previously delivered by the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise. 

 

Unveiled by MaPS in January, the UK strategy sets out five “agendas for change” to help transform financial wellbeing across all the nations of the UK, covering credit, debt, savings, pensions and financial education. MaPS is currently developing its own three-year corporate strategy.

 

The organisation said the work towards these goals is ongoing, with additional time being invested in how the immediate and longer-term impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak will also need to be addressed.

 

The below executives have come together to form an advisory group to the MaPS board, with the purpose of providing long-term support and challenge around both the UK strategy for financial wellbeing and MaPS’s future corporate strategy.

 

  • John Allan CBE, chair of Tesco plc and Barratt Developments plc, and president of the CBI;
  • Katie Alpin, interim chief executive of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute;
  • Richard Collier-Keywood, chair of Fair4All Finance and the School for Social Entrepreneurs;
  • Helen Dean, chief executive of NEST Corporation;
  • Debbie Forster MBE, chief executive of Tech Talent Charter;
  • Professor David Halpern, chief executive of The Behavioural Insights Team;
  • Matt Hammerstein, chief executive of Barclays Bank UK;
  • Anabel Hoult, chief executive of Which?;
  • Vim Maru, group director for retail, Lloyds Banking Group;
  • Helen Milner OBE, group chief executive, Good Things Foundation;
  • Mike Regnier, chief executive of Yorkshire Building Society;
  • Lindsey Rix, chief executive for UK Savings and Retirement, Aviva.
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