Managing Director, LPPA
Chair of the LPPA Board
Director of Strategy
Jo Darbyshire joined LPP in April 2019 where she is responsible for leading the business to continue to drive a programme of building a strong and sector-leading pension administration offering which focuses and delivers on increased operational efficiency for clients, tailored and effective member communications, robust risk and data management.
Jo brings a wealth of experience in the life and pensions sector. She held several senior roles at the Co-operative Group including Head of Co-operative Life Planning and Head of Commercial and Strategy. Jo currently holds a non-executive trustee and director position at the Leasehold Knowledge Partnership.
Sir Peter is also Chair of the LPP Audit Committee.
Sir Peter has more than 19 years’ knowledge and experience of working within the public sector. Sir Peter is currently the Chairman of New West End Company and was previously an advisor to Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, on regeneration, growth and enterprise at the Greater London Authority. He is a former Chief Executive Officer of Westminster City Council, a former Non-Executive Director to Liberata and also former Chief Executive Officer of the London Development Agency. Prior to that, Sir Peter worked in the private sector as a Senior Executive in one of the leading national transport operators.
Greg joined LPP from the London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) where, since 2004, he held a number of Corporate Development roles including Head of Communications before becoming Head of Governance and Strategy in 2014. Since 2009, Greg was also LPFA’s Board Secretary, and in this role was recognised as Company Secretary of the Year 2015, at the ICSA Awards. In his time at LPFA Greg led on a number of strategic change programmes including the £10bn partnership with Lancashire County Council. Following the formation of the LPP, Greg took up the role as Director of Strategic Programmes and Group Company Secretary. This role included establishing a directorate of strategic corporate services, shareholder engagement, leading on a transformation to create LPP as a standalone business, and working alongside the investment professionals on the establishment of asset pooling vehicles.
Greg holds a degree in law from the University of Reading, as well as being an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA).