New chief executive for Irish Pensions Board

Ireland's Pensions Board has promoted its chief actuarial adviser Brendan Kennedy to the role of the chief executive office, where he will succeed Anne Maher who has held the position for ten years.

Kennedy joined the Pensions Board as actuarial adviser in 2004. In this role, he has been involved in a wide range of Board activities, including regulatory issues and the preparation of the National Pensions Review and the report on special savings for retirement. The board is currently looking for a

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