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Pensions admin company MNPA appoints new board members

Pensions administration provider MNPA, a subsidiary of Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund, has appointed two non-executive directors, John Finan and John Edler as non-executive directors.

MNPA says Finan has had a long career in financial services and from 1992 he was chairman and chief executive of Winterthur Life UK.

Edler joins MNPA from Hays Commercial Services where he was divisional managing director.

MNPA was set up in 1988 and provides administration and related services to UK pension schemes with between 2,000 and 50,000 members. Pension schemes administered by MNPA currently have a total of £4.2bn in funds under management.

MNPA says Finan and Edler will contribute to its ambitious growth plans.

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