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The Pensions Regulator restructures management team

The Pensions Regulator has announced that head of corporate risk management Martine Trouard-Riolle will be leaving the organisation after three years at the firm.

She is leaving as a result of a management restructure and will now pursure other career options.

Head of the specific funding team Ian Cordwell will now also lead the corporate risk management team.

Business delivery director June Mulroy says: “I would like to thank Martine for her enormous contribution in leading the work of the CRM tear, including further developing the team’s capability, enhancing the Clearance process and successfully leading a number of anti-avoidance cases as a critical part of our risk-based approach to regulation.”

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