PASA appoints Chris Tagg as Board Director

We are thrilled to congratulate Chris Tagg, Partner, on his new additional role with the Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA).

PASA is the independent body dedicated to driving up standards in pensions administration. Yesterday they announced the appointment of Chris Tagg as Board Director, following the retirement of Peter Dyer in October 2017.

“A clear drive for innovation and raising standards made Chris the ideal candidate to fill Peter’s shoes. Chris already has a strong profile in the administration industry with extensive experience servicing occupational pension schemes - this, coupled with strong project management expertise in complex areas like GMP reconciliation means he will make an invaluable contribution to the work we do and he is a very welcome addition to the Board.”

Margaret Snowdon, Chair at PASA


 “New regulation and advances in technology means the administration landscape is always changing. Since its inception, PASA has played a huge role in providing administrators with the guidance and advice needed to help them navigate these changes in the most effective way. Having experienced first-hand the benefits of Barnett Waddingham’s long term PASA membership and more recently accreditation, I am proud to be taking on this role and look forward to being part of the future development of PASA.”

Chris Tagg, Partner

Chris joins the Board with nearly 17 years’ experience in the pensions industry. Chris is also Chairman of the Pensions Management Institute’s North East Regional Group and holds the PRINCE2 qualification.