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Pensions Board Nomination Process

The Local Pensions Board has agreed to seek nominations of membership by one third rotation each year. The below process outlines how the nomination and appointment of members will be managed by the Fund.

The role of the Pensions 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, each sitting one as an employer representative and one as a member representative. Each member of the Board has a right to vote on matters brought before it.

Appointment Process

Attached below are key documents including

  • Pensions Board Appointments Policy
  • Terms of Reference
  • Pensions Board Role Profile
  • Pensions Board Application Form
  • Pensions Board Register of Interests Form


For further information on the Pensions Board appointment process or procedures please contact the Fund's Governance Team at



[1] Those members who through their own knowledge will be unable to conduct their duties as a Pensions Board member for the following year and are able to disclose this to the Board will be asked to do so.  This may be due to a change in employment (moving to an employer not in the Fund), retiring from employment or a change in ability to perform the duties of a Pensions Board member. Note that it is not provided that successors to an employment post will fill the position on the Board and any such persons will need to comply with this process).

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