Tisa director general Tony Vine-Lott is standing down from the role with immediate effect after 13 years at the trade body.
No further details have been provided on why Vine-Lott is leaving Tisa or who will replace him.
Tisa chairman Tony Solway says: “On behalf of the Tisa board and all our members, I would like to thank Tony for all the excellent work he has done for our association and the industry as a whole.
“Tisa has achieved much over the years of his tenure to improve policy, process and products in our industry, and especially the Isa – the most successful savings vehicle of modern times.”
Vine-Lott adds: “I am pleased to be able to hand over the reins at a time when the range of our activity and the scale of our membership has never been greater.
“The need for a financial services association that puts the consumer’s interests first has never been more important and will, ultimately, lead to a healthier industry for the benefit of all. Tisa is that association and I wish it every success in the future.”